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The meaning of «cku»

CKUA is a Canadian public radio station. Originally located at the University of Alberta in Edmonton (hence the UA of the call letters), CKUA was the first public broadcaster in Canada.
CKUT-FM is the official campus community radio station of McGill University. It can be heard at 90.3 FM in Montreal, 91.7 on cable, or on the CKUT website.
CKUW-FM is the campus radio station at the University of Winnipeg in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. The station broadcasts on 95.9 FM with 450 watts effective radiated power.
CKUE-FM is a radio station located in Chatham-Kent, Ontario. Owned by Blackburn Radio, the station broadcasts a variety hits format under the name 95.1/100.7 Cool-FM.
CKUL-FM is a Canadian radio station broadcasting at 96.5 FM in Halifax, Nova Scotia. CKUL's studios are located on Kempt Road in Halifax, while its transmitter is located on Washmill Lake Drive in Clayton Park.
CKUM 93.5 FM is a radio station broadcasting at 93.5 MHz in Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada. It is the campus radio station of the Université de Moncton.
CKUV-FM is a Canadian radio station being licensed to Okotoks, Alberta, serving the Foothills region of Alberta broadcasting at 100.9 FM.
CKUN-FM is a First Nations/community radio station broadcasting at 101.3 FM in Christian Island, Ontario, Canada.
Chuck-A-Rama is a chain of buffet restaurants based in Salt Lake City, Utah; as of October 2016, the company operates ten restaurants in Utah and two in Idaho.
Northern Native Broadcasting (Terrace) is a non-profit Indigenous communications company in British Columbia which owns and operates radio stations whose music and primary content is intended to be of interest to Indigenous peoples in Canada.

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