Edmonton

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Edmonton is the capital of Alberta, and the second largest city that province. The city was incorporated in 1904, and is located near the geographical center of the province. It was originally called Fort Edmonton, and was named after the birthplace (Edmonton in Greater London) of a Hudson's Bay Company employee.

Edmonton was declared the "Murder capital of Canada" for 2005. [1]

Edmonton Sports Franchises

Media

AM Radio

  • 580 - CKUA (Public radio)
  • 630 - CHED (News/talk)
  • 740 - CBX (CBC Radio One)
  • 840 - CFCW (Country)
  • 880 - CHQT (News/talk)
  • 930 - CJCA (Christian music)
  • 1260 - CFRN (Sports)

FM Radio

  • 88.5 - CJSR (College radio)
  • 90.1 - CHFA (Ici Radio-Canada Première; French)
  • 90.9 - CBX (CBC Radio 2)
  • 91.7 - CHBN (Top 40)
  • 92.5 - CKNG (Hot adult contemporary)
  • 93.1 - CJLD (Country)
  • 94.9 - CKUA (Public radio)
  • 95.7 - CKEA (Oldies)
  • 96.3 - CKRA (Oldies)
  • 97.3 - CIRK (Classic rock)
  • 99.3 - CIUP (Adult hits)
  • 100.3 - CFBR (Active rock)
  • 101.1 - CBCX (Ici Musique; French)
  • 101.7 - CKER (Multicultural)
  • 102.3 - CKNO (Hot adult contemporary)
  • 102.9 - CHDI (Modern rock)
  • 103.9 - CISN (Country)
  • 104.9 - CFMG (Top 40)
  • 105.9 - CJRY (Christian music)
  • 107.1 - CJNW (Rhythmic contemporary)
  • 107.9 - CKFT (Adult contemporary)

Television

  • 3.1 - CFRN (CTV)
  • 5.1 - CBXT (CBC)
  • 9 - CTV Two Alberta (CTV Two; cable only)
  • 11.1 - CBXFT (Ici Radio-Canada Télé; French)
  • 13.1 - CITV (Global TV)
  • 17.1 - CKEM (Citytv)
  • 30.1 - CKES (Yes TV; Christian)
  • 56.1 - CJEO (OMNI; multicultural)