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CityVancouver, British Columbia
Broadcast areaBritish Columbia, Dawson City, Whitehorse and Yellowknife
Frequency105.7 MHz (FM)
BrandingCBC Music
FormatClassical music
OwnerCanadian Broadcasting Corporation
First air date
December 12, 1947
Call sign meaning
Canadian Broadcasting Corporation VancoUver
Technical information
ERP50 kilowatts average
100 kilowatt peak
HAAT567 meters (1,860 ft)
Transmitter coordinates
49°21′13″N 122°57′24″W / 49.353574°N 122.956696°W / 49.353574; -122.956696 (CBU-FM Tower)
WebcastListen live

CBU-FM is a Canadian radio station, which broadcasts the programming of the CBC Music network in Vancouver, British Columbia. The station broadcasts at 105.7 FM. CBU-FM's transmitter is located atop Mount Seymour.

The station was originally launched on December 12, 1947 as an FM simulcast of the CBC AM station CBR. It was rebranded as CBU-FM in 1952 when the Vancouver AM station was renamed.

It was not part of the CBC's original FM network in 1960, but became part of the 1964 relaunch.

The station operates from the CBC Regional Broadcast Centre at 700 Hamilton Street in Downtown Vancouver. As with most CBC Music stations, presently there is no Vancouver-specific programming on the station apart from short weather updates. However, Saturday Afternoon at the Opera and In Concert, both hosted by Bill Richardson, currently originate from Vancouver.


Rebroadcasters of CBU-FM
City of license Identifier Frequency RECNet CRTC Decision
Chilliwack CBU-FM-7 99.9 FM Query 2004-403
Kamloops CBU-FM-4 95.3 FM Query
Kelowna CBU-FM-3 89.7 FM Query
Metchosin-Sooke CBU-FM-2 105.1 FM Query 89-557
Prince George CBU-FM-5 90.3 FM Query 2003-259
Quesnel CBU-FM-6 106.9 FM Query 2003-466
Victoria CBU-FM-1 92.1 FM Query 89-557

Community-owned rebroadcasters

City of license Identifier Frequency RECNet CRTC Decision
Fort St. James VF2101 101.9 FM Query
Fraser Lake VF2476 95.1 FM Query 98-210
Houston CKEH-FM 104.7 FM Query 97-548
Kemano VF2208 102.5 FM Query 93-66
Logan Lake VF2343 89.3 FM Query 2000-272
Peachland CKPL-FM 99.1 FM Query 97-300
Riley Creek VF2098 98.7 FM Query 99-44
Smithers CKEW-FM 88.1 FM Query 92-710
Valemount VF2123 95.5 FM Query 90-1042
Wells VF2277 98.1 FM Query 94-428
Winfield VF2200 91.9 FM Query 93-69


City of license Identifier Frequency Power Class RECNet CRTC Decision
Dawson City, Yukon CBDN-FM 104.9 FM 413 watts A Query 2007-76
Whitehorse, Yukon CBU-FM-8 104.5 FM 240 watts B Query 2004-175
Yellowknife, Northwest Territories CBNY-FM 95.3 FM 114 watts A1 Query 2005-224

CBU-FM-8 Whitehorse was originally known as CFWH-FM until 2009. CBNY-FM was known as CFYK-FM until June 3, 2013.

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