Radio & Television

Quebec grants $121,000 to community radio station

CHÂTEAUGUAY, Que. — The Quebec government has granted $121,000 in financial assistance to community radio station CHAI-FM in Châteauguay for the replacement of certain equipment and the installation of an antenna. The announcement was made Tuesday by MarieChantal Chassé, member of Quebec’s national assembly for Châteauguay, on behalf of the province’s minister of culture and communications, Nathalie Roy. The government funding is allocated under the province’s capital assistance program and will help to modernize the radio station’s broadcasting equipment, says the Quebec government press release. CHAI-FM is the only radio station broadcasting from Châteauguay in the territory of the regional...
 

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