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Radio Richmond CITU 104,1FM

Located in Petit de Grat, Nova Scotia, La Coopérative Radio Richmond Ltée is the title holder of an exploitation license issued by the CRTC on March 15th 2006. You can consult the Radio Broadcast Decision CRTC 2006-79 at http://www.crtc.gc.ca/fra/archive/2006/db2006-79.htm

Important COVID-19 Message from CITU FM

Stay Informed on the CoronaVirus (COVID-19)

For accurate, up-to-date information on the virus, including prevention tips and details on Nova Scotia’s preparation, visit www.NovaScotia.ca/CoronaVirus

FINANCIAL SUPPORT LINKS:

Click the following link for details on, but not limited to:

How to apply for EI, what to do if you have been laid off or had your hours cut, if you have no sick leave but are ill, if you are unable to claim EI but are sick or taking care of a loved one, mortgage support and increased child care benefit info.

CANADA’S ECONOMIC RESPONSE PLAN:

Support for individuals and businesses :
https://www.canada.ca/en/department-finance/economic-response-plan.html

TAX DEADLINE: Filing deadline pushed to June 1st 2020 :
https://www.canada.ca/en/department-finance/economic-response-plan/covid19-individuals.html#extra_time_income_taxes

DEDICATED EI PHONE LINE: 1-833-381-2725

COVID-19 Self-Assessment
https://when-to-call-about-covid19.novascotia.ca/en

Trusted Health Advice from a Registered Nurse

Concerned about your health? Wondering if you can care for yourself at home, or need to see a doctor? Call 811 to talk to a registered nurse around the clock, 7 days a week. https://811.novascotia.ca/

Unable to reach 8-1-1?

If you are unable to reach them by dialing 811 from your telephone or handheld device, please contact your telephone service provider. In some cases, local telephone service providers may not be able to support 811 dialing. If this is the case, you may access the 811 service using the following 10-digit number: 866-770-7763 from a telephone registered in Nova Scotia only.

  • Listenership : Our listeners spend approximately 16.7 hours listening to our station on a weekly basis.
  • Global Appreciation : Our listeners give us a global appreciation score of 7.8 on 10. 
  • 90% of the Acadian and Francophone population of  Petit-de-Grat know and listen to  CITU 104,1 FM (La Coopérative Radio Richmond).
  • CITU 104,1 FM is the most listened to station by francophones in Petit de Grat and surrounding areas (57%), followed by Radio-Canada (24%).

Coopérative Radio Richmond Ltée.

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