Identification :
La radio de la Manicouagan
Format : Light Rock / Top 40
Frequency : 97,1 mHz Baie-Comeau
Repeater :  100,5 mHz Forestville
Numeris : Full

www.chlc.com

Baie-Comeau is considered to be the capital of the St-Lawrence North Shore, serving a population of 25 500. It is an industry town with the paper mill (Abitibi-Consolidated Inc.), one of the worlds largest aluminum plants (Alcoa), and various power generating facilities on the Rivière Manicouagan and Rivière aux Outardes operated by Hydro-Quebec and open to visitors.

It has all the major amenities, fine restaurants, fast food and clothing franchises, bars, and lots of sports and entertainment events in French and occasionally in English. The town has a pretty good jazz and blues festival, a film festival, a popular town festival, and a renowned art symposium. Baie-Comeau is also the hometown of Rt. Hon. Brian Mulroney, former Prime Minister of Canada.

Radio station also covers Forestville, a city of 5000, living mostly off the forestry and fishing industry.

Identification :
La radio de la Manicouagan
Format : Light Rock / Top 40
Frequency : 97,1 mHz Baie-Comeau
Repeater :  100,5 mHz Forestville
Numeris : Full

www.chlc.com

Baie-Comeau is considered to be the capital of the St-Lawrence North Shore, serving a population of 25 500. It is an industry town with the paper mill (Abitibi-Consolidated Inc.), one of the worlds largest aluminum plants (Alcoa), and various power generating facilities on the Rivière Manicouagan and Rivière aux Outardes operated by Hydro-Quebec and open to visitors.

It has all the major amenities, fine restaurants, fast food and clothing franchises, bars, and lots of sports and entertainment events in French and occasionally in English. The town has a pretty good jazz and blues festival, a film festival, a popular town festival, and a renowned art symposium. Baie-Comeau is also the hometown of Rt. Hon. Brian Mulroney, former Prime Minister of Canada.

Radio station also covers Forestville, a city of 5000, living mostly off the forestry and fishing industry.