Broadcast areaTerrace
Frequency103.1 MHz (FM)
BrandingPure Country
AffiliationsPremiere Networks
Vancouver Canucks
First air date
Technical information
ERP3,160 watts peak
1,550 watts average
HAAT451 metres (1,480 ft)
Transmitter coordinates
54°31′4.08″N 128°28′22.80″W / 54.5178000°N 128.4730000°W / 54.5178000; -128.4730000
WebcastListen Live

CJFW-FM is a Canadian radio station, airing at 103.1 FM in Terrace, British Columbia. It is owned by Bell Media, broadcasting a country format to communities throughout northwestern B.C.

The station began broadcasting in 1983 under Skeena Broadcasters. Around 1987, the corporate name changed to Okanagan Skeena Group Limited. In 1999, Telemedia Radio Inc. purchased Okanagan Skeena Group Ltd. In 2002, Standard Radio Inc. purchased the Western and Ontario operations of Telemedia. Some stations were then sold to other companies but Standard Radio retained the Okanagan Skeena group. On September 27, 2007, Astral Media Radio received CRTC approval to acquire the assets of the radio and television undertakings owned by Standard Radio Ltd., subject to certain conditions. The purchase included CJFW-FM.

On May 28, 2019, as part of a country-wide format reorganization by Bell, CJFW rebranded as Pure Country.[1]

On February 8, 2024, Bell announced a restructuring that included the sale of 45 of its 103 radio stations to seven buyers, subject to approval by the CRTC, including CJFW, which is to be sold to Vista Radio.[2]


CJFW-FM has the following rebroadcasters:

Rebroadcasters of CJFW-FM
City of license Identifier Frequency Power Class CRTC Decision
Kitimat CJFW-FM-1 92.9 FM 170 watts A1
Prince Rupert CJFW-FM-2 101.9 FM 1,750 watts B
Sandspit CJFW-FM-3 92.9 FM 13 watts LP
Masset CJFW-FM-4 92.9 FM 50 watts LP
Burns Lake CJFW-FM-5 92.9 FM 50 watts LP Decision CRTC 86-714
Smithers CJFW-FM-6 92.9 FM 50 watts LP Decision CRTC 86-716
Houston CJFW-FM-7 105.5 FM 3,470 watts B Decision CRTC 86-715
Hazelton CJFW-FM-8 101.9 FM 50 watts LP Decision CRTC 89-887
Granisle VF2352 103.3 FM 32 watts LP Decision CRTC 99-36


  1. ^ Bell Media Rebrands 13 Canadian Country Stations As Pure Country
  2. ^ Hudes, Sammy (8 February 2024). "'Not a viable business anymore': Bell Media selling 45 radio stations amid layoffs". Toronto Star. The Canadian Press. Retrieved 8 February 2024.

54°31′04″N 128°28′21″W / 54.51778°N 128.47250°W / 54.51778; -128.47250