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Brien's Canadian Radio Guide

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Freq. Radio station Listen
Station Format
AM 1690 CJLO [Concordia University]        Listen live using mp3 Player Caribbean and world beat Saturdays 10 to 6pm
FM 89.5 CIUT Radio        Listen live using mp3 Player University of Toronto Radio
FM 90.3 CKUT [McGill University]        Listen live using mp3 Player McGill Campus-Community
FM 91.3 CJTR Regina Email link      Listen live using mp3 Player Caribbeanvibes Sat @ 8pm
FM 94.9 CHRW Radio Email link      Listen live using mp3 Player University of Western Ontario
FM 98.7 CKFG - G987 FM Email link  Listen live using AAC+ Player Urban, Reggae, Soca & Gospel
FM 105.5 Vibe 1055 FM    Listen live using AAC+ Player Urban Alternative
WEB Carib101 Radio        Listen live using mp3 Player Soca, Chutney, Reggae
WEB Caribbean Jam Radio Email link      Listen live using mp3 Player Reggae, Soca, Top 40 & Pop
WEB PepperPot Radio Email link      Listen live using mp3 Player Caribbean Vibes and More
WEB S.I.G.N. Broadcasting Radio Email link      Listen live using mp3 Player Christian

Other Favourite Links

Website Links Discription
Tempo Networks, LLC The latest and greatest music across all genres of Caribbean music.
OCM Network Owners of The Caribbean Super Station
OECS NewsLink OECS NewsLink. News from the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States
Flow Caribbean The Caribbean's leading communications company.

Monday, 21st December 2020 @ 14:12 [2:12pm]

Day 356 of 2020

Fine Print: Please Read
Disclaimer: I am not connected in any way with any of the radio stations listed!
This site contains links that are freely available on the internet, some I found and some were provided by listeners like you, who like me wanted to help other Caribbean Nationals (mostly who are now living elsewhere) to keep abreast of things back home.
Brien assume no liability for any inaccurate or incomplete information.

To receive these stations you must have the following:
1. A computer with a sound card and speakers (or headphones).
2. The free software players to process the streams so that you can hear the stations.

For best results when listening to a live Internet radio station, I recommend that you do something other than surf the web while you are listening. If you are doing a lot of web surfing while listening to a station the audio may break up.