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SPRLiveFM Canada
Gospel, Religious RS, Christian
Squirrel FM Canada
Pop, Electronic, Dance
Diskcordradio Canada
Dance, Chillout, House
Pure Rock Radio Canada
Metal, Rock, Classic rock
Fusion 101 Canada
Jazz, Progressive, Rock
Spyro Music Radio Canada
Alternative rock, 90s, Metal
VolumeRadio Canada
Pop, Rock, Dance
Prog Frog Canada
Progressive, Rock
Radio Synthetique Canada
Electronic, Ambient, Synthwave
2ks dance radio Canada
Euro Hits, Electronic, Dance
La Zone Radio Rock Canada
Rock, Metal, Classic rock
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Popular Radio Stations in Canada

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The history of the Canadian radio started in 1922 when the first licenses for commercial and private radio stations were given. In 1928, it was considered necessary to be established a royal commission with the main purpose of seeking help and proper advice regarding the future of broadcasting in Canada. The measures that were taken led to the great achievements that have made Canadian radio stations highly popular nationally and internationally.

There are six national radio stations in Canada these days: CBC Radio One, 2 and 3, Premiere Chaine TSN Radio and Espance Musique. There are also numerous popular radio stations by ownership groups in Canada. Some of them are Acadia Broadcasting, Clear Sky Radio, RNC Media and Rogers Communications.

 

Where is Canada?

Where is Canada? Listen Live to Canadian Radio Stations Online - Free

Canada is a country found in North America and which includes three main territories and ten provinces. It is located on the northern side of the continent.

Canada is the 2nd largest country according to its area and the 4th largest country in terms of land area.The total population of Canada is of 33.476.688 inhabitants as it has been officially registered in the Canadian census from 2011.

About 80% of the population lives in urban areas mainly concentrated in Quebec City, Lower Mainland and the Calgary Edmonton Corridor.