The BC Lions Radio Network consist of 15 Radio Stations: CKST Vancouver Flagship Station (TEAM 1040 AM); CFAX Victoria (1070 AM); CKFR Kelowna (1150 AM); CHNL Kamloops (610 AM); CJNL Merritt (1230 AM); CINL Ashcroft/Cache Creek (1340 AM); CHNL-1 Clearwater (1400 AM); CHNL-FM Sorrento/Shuswap (107.1 FM); CHNL Logan Lake (106.7 FM); CHNL Blue River/Valemount; CFNR Terrace/Thornhill (92.1 FM); CFNR Kitimat/Nass Valley/Queen Charlotte Islands (96.1 FM); CFNR Prince Rupert (98.1 FM).
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