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Cortes Radio

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by Cortes Community Radio | CKTZ, 89.5 FM

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Cortes Radio’s first Reporter’s Roundtable

In partnership with Cortes Community Radio & Cortes CurrentsFolk U Radio offered its first Reporter Roundtable: Fish farms and seaweed production. 

Clockwise from top left: Binny Paul, Ashley Zarbatany, Rochelle Baker and Roy L Hales

The panel: Binny Paul (LJI reporter for Campbell River Mirror), Rochelle Baker (LJI reporter for Cortes and Quadra Islands, National Observer), Roy L Hales (editor of Cortes Currents) and Ashley Zarbatany (Folk U Radio’s new political and climate commentator). 

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Changes at Cortes Radio

Changes at Cortes Radio

There are a lot of changes at Cortes Radio this fall. Screenshot form Cortes Radio’s first Virtual variety Night DJs Four of Cortes Radio’s better known DJs are back. Greg Osaba is bringing  Lunchtime Locomotion and can now be heard Thursdays...

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Buy a membership in the Cortes Community Radio Society for as little as $15 a year, or $25 per family.(Under Construction)


SPIRIT POINTS

Number 273 - Cortes Radio. The True Value Stores at Heriot Bay & Quathiaski Cove, Quadra Island, have a very generous program called Spirit Points where they will donate 1% of your purchases to community organizations.


Programmers Wanted

CKTZ is a non profit community organization that survives by the involvement of our listeners. Think about joining us- you’ll have fun! We always need more programmers. The possibilities for new shows is endless.