Monday, Oct 31

The CRTC’s 2016 Communications Monitoring Report revealed some key information about subjects that are relevant to the campus and community radio sector. One element highlighted is the increasing number of stations. The report says, “Private commercial radio stations account for almost two thirds of all the audio services in Canada, while community stations, the second most numerous type of audio service, represented 12% of all audio services in 2015.”

Tuesday, Oct 4

The program in 2017 will expand to include the celebration of the 150 th anniversary of Canada, and will be happening with NCRA member stations for a 12 months period between October 2016 and October 2017

About the NCRA/ANREC

See for yourself: community voices are powerful.

Founded in 1986, we help campus and community radio stations get and stay on-air. We help amplify under-represented voices. We foster and celebrate compelling local grassroots radio. And we bring stations together to share their skills, passions and ideas.

As part of this work, we also represent community radio to the government, CRTC and other agencies.

Listen local, think national and get involved! The power is yours.

We currently have 97 members, and continue to grow.

Our Mission 

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