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City & Country Radio Ltd. (Joe Chesney) opened CJJC 850 Langley on January 19. The station offered a country music format with 1,000 watts of power.

On November 5, City and Country Radio Ltd. was authorized to establish studios for CJJC at the Dell Shopping Centre, White Rock Shopping Centre, Guildford Town Centre, Haney, BC.

On December 15, CJJC was given approval to move from 850 kHz with power of 1,000 (two directional patterns) to 800 kHz with 10,000 watts (two directional patterns), with a minor change in the antenna location.

In June, CJJC moved from 850 to 800 kHz and increased its power to10,000 watts.

CJJC rehired 23 of 32 staff members who were given notice by owner Joe Chesney on New Year's Eve. At that time, the entire staff was given 30 days notice as the station was suffering financial problems.

City & Country Radio Ltd. was authorized to transfer all of the shares in CJJC Radio Ltd. to a company controlled by J.E. Chesney and Ernie Mykyte.

Mykyte obtained 100% of CJJC with the purchase of the 50% held by Chesney.

On June 26, the CRTC approved the sale of City & Country Radio Ltd. through the transfer of 90% of the common voting shares from CJJC Radio Ltd. to Saskatoon Telecable Ltd. (72%) and Sam Folstad (18%). L.M. McDonald held the remaining 10%.

CJJC became CJUP.








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