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  1. Radio Regulations, 1986 - SOR/86-982 (Section 2.2)
    Regulations Respecting Radio Broadcasting
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    • (2) For the purposes of this section, Canadian selection means a musical selection

      • (a) that meets at least two of the following conditions, namely,

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        • (v) the musical selection was performed live or recorded after September 1, 1991, and a Canadian who has collaborated with a non-Canadian receives at least fifty per cent of the credit as composer and lyricist according to the records of a recognized performing rights society;

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      • (d) that has already qualified as a Canadian selection under regulations previously in effect.

    • (3) Except as otherwise provided under a condition of its licence, an A.M. licensee, F.M. licensee or digital radio licensee shall devote, in a broadcast week,

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    • (3.1) Except as otherwise provided under a condition of its licence, an A.M. licensee, F.M. licensee or digital radio licensee that is licensed to operate a commercial station shall, in a broadcast week, devote

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    • (5) Except as otherwise provided under a condition of its licence, an A.M. licensee, F.M. licensee or digital radio licensee that is licensed to operate a campus station, commercial station or community station in the French language shall, in a broadcast week, devote at least 65% of its vocal musical selections from content category 2 to musical selections in the French language broadcast in their entirety.

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    • (7) Except as otherwise provided under a condition of its licence and subject to subsection (6), an A.M. licensee, F.M. licensee or digital radio licensee that is licensed to operate a station other than a commercial station, community station or campus station shall, in a broadcast week, devote at least 30% of its musical selections from content category 2 to Canadian selections and schedule them in a reasonable manner throughout each broadcast day.

    • (8) Except as otherwise provided under a condition of its licence that refers expressly to this subsection and subject to subsection (6), an A.M. licensee, F.M. licensee or digital radio licensee that is licensed to operate a commercial station, community station or campus station shall, in a broadcast week, devote at least 35% of its musical selections from content category 2 to Canadian selections broadcast in their entirety.

    • (9) Except as otherwise provided under a condition of its licence and subject to subsection (6), an A.M. licensee, F.M. licensee or digital radio licensee that is licensed to operate a commercial station shall, between 6:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m., in any period beginning on a Monday and ending on the Friday of that week, devote at least 35% of its musical selections from content category 2 to Canadian selections broadcast in their entirety.

    • (10) Except as otherwise provided under a condition of its licence, an A.M. licensee, F.M. licensee or digital radio licensee that is licensed to operate a commercial station in the French language shall, between 6:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m., in any period beginning on a Monday and ending on the Friday of that week, devote at least 55% of its vocal musical selections from content category 2 to musical selections in the French language broadcast in their entirety.

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    • (13) Except as otherwise provided under a condition of its licence, an A.M. licensee, F.M. licensee or digital radio licensee that is licensed to operate a station in the French language – other than a commercial station, community station or campus station – shall, in a broadcast week, devote at least 65% of its vocal musical selections from content category 2 to musical selections in the French language and schedule them in a reasonable manner throughout each broadcast day.

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  2. Radio Regulations, 1986 - SOR/86-982 (Section 15)
    Regulations Respecting Radio Broadcasting
    •  (1) The following definitions apply in this Part.

      Community Radio Fund of Canada

      Community Radio Fund of Canada means the independent not-for-profit funding organization known as the Community Radio Fund of Canada Inc. (Fonds canadien de la radio communautaire)

      eligible initiative

      eligible initiative means an initiative that is considered to be eligible for Canadian content development funding as indicated in Broadcasting Public Notice CRTC 2006-158, dated December 15, 2006 and entitled Commercial Radio Policy 2006. (projet admissible)

      FACTOR

      FACTOR means the not-for-profit organization known as The Foundation Assisting Canadian Talent on Recordings. (FACTOR)

      MUSICACTION

      MUSICACTION means the not-for-profit organization known as MUSICACTION. (MUSICACTION)

    • (2) Except as otherwise provided under a condition of its licence that refers expressly to this subsection and subject to subsection (3), an A.M. licensee, F.M. licensee or digital radio licensee that is licensed to operate a commercial station or ethnic station shall, if the licensee’s total revenues are more than $1,250,000, contribute annually to eligible initiatives $1,000 plus one half of one percent of those revenues that are in excess of $1,250,000.

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    • (5) Except as otherwise provided under a condition of its license, a licensee whose total revenues are more than $1,250,000 shall make

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      • (b) at least 45% of the contribution referred to in subsection (2) to FACTOR or MUSICACTION, however, if the licensee is licensed to operate an ethnic station or spoken word station, the licensee may instead make that percentage of the contribution to any eligible initiative that supports the creation of ethnic programs or programming from content category 1, as the case may be.

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  3. Radio Regulations, 1986 - SOR/86-982 (Section 2)
    Regulations Respecting Radio Broadcasting

     In these Regulations,

    campus station

    campus station means an A.M. station, F.M. station or digital radio station that is licensed as a campus station; (station de campus)

    Canadian

    Canadian means

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    • (b) a permanent resident, as defined in the Immigration Act, 1976,

    community station

    community station means an A.M. station, F.M. station or digital radio station that is licensed as a community station; (station communautaire)

    ethnic station

    ethnic station means an A.M. station, F.M. station or digital radio station that is licensed as an ethnic station; (station à caractère ethnique)

    market

    market means

    • (a) in the case of an A.M. station, the A.M. daytime 15mV/m contour or the central area as defined by the Bureau of Broadcast Measurement (BBM), whichever is smaller,

    • (b) in the case of an F.M. station, the F.M. 3mV/m contour or the central area as defined by the Bureau of Broadcast Measurement (BBM), whichever is smaller, or

    native station

    native station means an A.M. station, F.M. station or digital radio station that is licensed as a native station; (station autochtone)

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  4. Radio Regulations, 1986 - SOR/86-982 (Section 11)
    Regulations Respecting Radio Broadcasting
    •  (1) For the purposes of this section,

      associate

      associate , when used to indicate a relationship with any person, includes

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      • (b) a trust or an estate in which the person has a substantial beneficial interest or in respect of which the person serves as a trustee or in a similar capacity,

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      • (d) a relative of the person, or of the spouse or common-law partner referred to in paragraph (c), if that relative has the same residence as the person,

      • (e) a corporation of which the person alone, or a person together with one or more associates as described in this definition, has, directly or indirectly, control of 50 per cent or more of the voting interests,

      • (f) a corporation of which an associate, as described in this definition, of the person has, directly or indirectly, control of 50 per cent or more of the voting interests, and

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    • (4) Except as otherwise provided pursuant to a condition of its licence, a licensee shall obtain the prior approval of the Commission in respect of any act, agreement or transaction that directly or indirectly would result in

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      • (d) another A.M. licensee, F.M. licensee or digital radio licensee that broadcasts in the same market and in the same language as the licensee, an associate of that other licensee or that other licensee together with its associate, who owns less than

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  5. Radio Regulations, 1986 - SOR/86-982 (SCHEDULE 1 : Codes Indicating Origin, Language, Type and Group of Programming and Non-Canadian Programming)
    Regulations Respecting Radio Broadcasting

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    A. Code Indicating Origin

    Item Column I Column II
    Code Description
    1 Local Local programming as defined in Broadcasting Public Notice CRTC 2006-158, dated December 15, 2006 and entitled Commercial Radio Policy 2006.

    C. Code Indicating Type

    Item Column I Column II
    Code Description
    4 Type D A bilingual program the spoken word content of which is in French or English as well as a language other than French, English or a language of the aboriginal peoples of Canada and that is directed toward a distinct ethnic group

    E. Code Identifying Non-Canadian Programming

    Item Column I Column II
    Code Description
    1 NC Programming that originates outside Canada other than local programming as defined in Broadcasting Public Notice CRTC 2006-158, dated December 15, 2006 and entitled Commercial Radio Policy 2006, and other than programming that is produced by a Canadian as defined in section 1 of the Direction to the CRTC (Ineligibility of Non-Canadians)

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