Broadcast areaSaguenay–Lac-Saint-Jean
Frequency94.5 MHz (FM)
BrandingÉnergie 94.5
FormatMainstream rock (French)
First air date
May 10, 1979
Former frequencies
96.7 MHz (1979 - 1983)
Technical information
ERP100,000 watts peak
HAAT539.5 meters (1,770 ft)
WebcastListen Live

CJAB-FM is a French-language Canadian radio station located in Saguenay, Quebec. Its studios are located at Rue Racine Est in the former city of Chicoutimi (co-located with sister stations CFIX-FM and Noovo owned-and-operated station CFRS-DT), with its transmitter atop Mount Valin.

Owned and operated by Bell Media, it broadcasts on 94.5 MHz using a directional antenna with a peak effective radiated power of 100,000 watts (class C).

Last CJAB logo using the Énergie branding.
Logo under NRJ branding, 2009-2015

The station has a mainstream rock format and is part of the "Énergie" network which operates across Quebec. It started operations as a sister station to CKRS-FM (now owned by Cogeco-affiliated Radio Saguenay since September 2010).


CJAB-FM originally began broadcasting in 1979 at 96.7 MHz and later moved to its current frequency at 94.5 MHz in 1983. On November 5, 1981, CJAB-FM received CRTC approval add a rebroadcast FM transmitter at Chambord on 95.5 MHz with an effective radiated power of 3,240 watts. 

The station has been part of the Énergie network since the early 1990s which operates across Quebec. CJAB started operations on May 10, 1979.[1] The station was bought by Radiomutuel in 1992 (predecessor of Astral Media), along with then-sister station CKRS 98.3 (now owned by Cogeco-affiliated Radio Saguenay).


  1. ^ Astral Communications inc. (2000-01-14). "Notice annuelle -- Exercice terminé le 31 août 1999" (PDF) (in French). Archived from the original (PDF) on 2010-10-28. Retrieved 2006-12-11.

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