How do I find CHON-FM frequencies

    CHON-FM broadcasts 24 x 7 from Waterfront Station Studio's in Whitehorse, Yukon in 29 communities, on the internet as well as on satellite radio. (from North to South and East to West)

    Whitehorse, YT - 98.1MHz

    In the NorthWest Territories and Northern Yukon:
    Aklavik, NWT - 90.5MHz
    Tsiigehtchic, NWT - 90.5MHz
    Old Crow, YT - 90.5MHz

    Along the Klondike Hwy:
    Dawson City, YT - 90.5MHz
    Stuart Crossing, YT - 90.5MHz
    Pelly Crossing, YT - 90.5MHz
    Carmacks, YT - 90.5MHz
    Lake Laberge, YT - 90.5MHz
    Carcross, YT - 90.5MHz

    Along the Silver Trail:
    Mayo, YT - 90.5MHz
    Keno City, YT - 90.5MHz

    Along the Campbell Highway:
    Faro, YT - 90.5MHz
    Ross River, YT - 90.5MHz

    Along the Alaska Highway:
    Beaver Creek, YT - 90.5MHz
    Burwash Landing, YT - 90.5MHz
    Destruction Bay, YT - 98.1MHz
    Haines Junction, YT - 90.5MHz
    Champagne - Aishihik, YT - 90.5MHz
    Whitehorse, YT - 98.1MHz
    Tagish, YT - 90.5MHz
    Johnson's Crossing, YT - 90.5MHz
    Teslin, YT - 90.5MHz
    Upper Liard, YT - 98.1MHz
    Watson Lake, YT - 90.5MHz

    Northern BC:
    Atlin, BC - 98.1MHzz
    Lower Post, BC - 98.1MHz
    Good Hope Lake, BC - 98.1MHz
    Dease Lake, BC - 90.5MHz

    Live 24 x 7 on our website www.chonfm.com and on satellite radio 

     

     

     

     

     

     

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