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|Calm Radio: Bachata||World Caribbean||Canada|
|CBC Music - R&B / Soul||R&B||Canada|
|CILV-FM 88.5 (LiVE 88.5) Ottawa, Ontario||Rock||Canada|
|CBC Radio 3||Indie Rock||Canada|
|CFXJ-FM (FLOW 93.5) Toronto, ON||R&B,Hip Hop||Canada|
|CHRL-FM 99.5 (Planète) Roberval, Quebec||Adult Contemporary,Talk||Canada|
|CBGA-FM 102.1 (Première Chaîne) Matane, Quebec||Public||Canada|
|Calm Radio: Christmas||Christian Contemporary||Canada|
|CBC Music - Piano||Classical||Canada|
|CJWF-FM 95.9 (Country 95.9) Windsor, ON||Country||Canada|
|CFML-FM 107.9 (Evolution 1079) Burnaby, British Columbia||Alternative,Adult||Canada|
|CIBX-FM 106.9 (Capital FM) Fredericton, New Brunswick||Adult Contemporary||Canada|
|C-VUE 105.9 FM||Varied,Oldies,Pop||Canada|
|CHTO-AM 1690 Toronto, Ontario||Varied||Canada|
|CBC Music - Canadian Songwriters||Varied||Canada|
|CIGB-FM 102.3 (NRJ) Mauricie, Quebec||Pop||Canada|
|CJLD-FM 93.1 (The One) Leduc, AB||Country||Canada|
|CBC Music - Hip Hop||Hip Hop||Canada|
|Abacus.fm My Friend Irma||Oldies||Canada|
|RDI, le Reseau de l'Information||Varied||Canada|
|CJFM-FM 95.9 (Virgin 96) Montreal, Quebec||Varied,Adult Contemporary||Canada|
|CJMV-FM 102.7 (NRJ) Val-d'Or, Quebec||Pop||Canada|
|CBC Music - Mansbridge On Music||Varied||Canada|
|CFGL-FM 105.7 (Rythme FM) Laval/Montreal, QC||Adult Contemporary,Pop,Adult||Canada|
|CJNB-AM 1050 North Battleford, SK||Country||Canada|
|CKDG-FM 105.1 (MikeFM) Montreal, Quebec||Varied,World,Adult||Canada|
|CHLQ-FM 93.1 (Magic 93) Charlottetown, PE||Adult Contemporary||Canada|
|CFBK-FM 105.5 (Moose FM) Huntsville, Ontario||Adult Contemporary||Canada|
|CBC Radio 2 - Classical||Varied||Canada|
|CIJK-FM 89.3 (K-Rock) Annapolis Valley, Nova Scotia||Classic Rock||Canada|
|RR Radio: Vancouver (BC) Railroad||Talk||Canada|
|Calm Radio: Africa||World Africa||Canada|
|CHDI-FM 102.9 (Sonic 102.9) Edmonton, AB||Rock||Canada|
|CBC Music - Adult Alternative||Alternative,Adult||Canada|
|CIBU-FM 94.5 (The Bull) Wingham, Ontario||Rock,Classic Rock||Canada|
|CKBC-FM 104.9 (Max 104.9) Bathurst, New Brunswick||Varied,Top 40||Canada|
|Radio Maria Toronto||Religious||Canada|
|Calm Radio: Folk||Folk||Canada|
|CIMG-FM 94.1 (Eagle 94) Swift Current, SK||Rock||Canada|
|CJOT-FM 99.7 (Boom 99.7) Ottawa, Ontario||Oldies||Canada|
|CIDI-FM 99.1 Lac-Brome, QC||Varied||Canada|
|CKJH-AM 750 (CK750) Melfort, SK||Classic Rock||Canada|
|Abacus.fm Renaissance Lute||Classical||Canada|
|CFBG-FM (99.5 Moose FM) Muskoka, ON||Adult Contemporary||Canada|
|CKNX-FM 101.7 (The ONE) Wingham, Ontario||Adult Contemporary,Pop||Canada|
|CKBW-FM 98.1 (South Shore Radio) Bridgewater, NS||Adult Contemporary||Canada|
|CHFI-FM 98.1 Toronto, ON||Adult Contemporary||Canada|
|CKPM-FM 98.7 Port Moody, BC||Adult Contemporary||Canada|
|CKRA-FM 96.3 (Capital FM) Edmonton, Alberta||80s,70s,60s||Canada|
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