CKTG-FM is a Canadian radio station, broadcasting at 105.3 FM in Thunder Bay, Ontario, owned by Acadia Broadcasting.
CKTB is a radio station in St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada. Broadcasting at 610 AM, the station airs a news/talk format.
CKTV-DT is the Ici Radio-Canada Télé owned-and-operated television station in the Saguenay–Lac-Saint-Jean region of the Canadian province of Quebec that is licensed to Saguenay.
CKTM-DT is the Ici Radio-Canada Télé owned-and-operated television station serving the Mauricie region of the Canadian province of Quebec, that is licensed to Trois-Rivières.
CKTO-FM is a Canadian radio station, broadcasting at 100.9 FM in Truro, Nova Scotia. The station plays a hot adult contemporary format and is branded as Big Dog 100.9. The station has been on the air since 1965.
CKTS was an English language Canadian radio station located in Sherbrooke, Quebec. It broadcast on 900 kHz with a power of 10,000 watts as a class B station, using a directional antenna which had a slightly directional pattern during the day and a much tighter pattern at night, to protect Class-A clear-channel station XEW-AM in Mexico City at night.
CKTZ-FM is a radio station which operates a community radio format on the frequency 89.5 MHz (FM) in Cortes Island, British Columbia, Canada.
CKTY-FM is a Canadian radio station broadcasting at 99.5 FM in Truro, Nova Scotia. It plays a country music format branded as Cat Country 99.5. The station has been on the air since September 10, 1947. It originally broadcast at 1400 AM as CKCL then to 600 in 1956, and received CRTC approval to move to 99.5 FM in 2001 after shutting down the AM 600 frequency.
CKTF-FM is a French-language Canadian radio station located in Gatineau, Quebec, near Ottawa, Ontario.
CKTR-FM was a radio station broadcasting at 104.9 FM in North Bay, Ontario, Canada. Originally a tourist information station, the station later evolved toward a community radio format, airing programs produced by a variety of commercial and community groups, including the local chamber of commerce, real estate and financial planning agents, health and wellness consultants, sports and recreational clubs and students from Nipissing University.