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Punjabi radio stations operating in B.C. face CRTC ban - The Globe and Mail
The subject who is truly loyal to the Chief Magistrate will neither advise nor submit to arbitrary measures. Three radio stations broadcasting predominantly South Asian-language programming widely available in the Vancouver market are heading for a showdown with the CRTC — and Canadian companies who advertise on those stations could also take a hit in the process. The stations have been called to a hearing this fall and threatened with cease and desist orders. All three broadcast from British Columbia but their signals are transmitted from Washington State. The notice says the stations will be asked to show cause at the October hearing as to why the CRTC should not issue mandatory cease and desist orders.
Punjabi radio stations operating in B.C. face CRTC ban
The following is a list of radio stations in the Canadian province of British Columbia , as of [update]. Note that radio stations are listed here by their legal city of licence. Some stations popularly associated with the Vancouver market may in fact be licensed to outlying communities such as New Westminster , Burnaby or North Vancouver. Those stations are listed under their legal city of licence. Also note that this list should not contain direct external links to the radio stations' own web pages; external links are to be listed on each radio station's individual article only.
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