Saturday, November 21, 2015

On This Day In Canadian History...

1927 - University of Alberta radio station, CKUA, goes on the air with a 500-watt signal. Canada's first public broadcaster began as a project to take the University to the people via the new medium of radio; comes into being with the volunteer labour of two engineering students, using 2 windmill towers, some old iron poles and a $700 grant. 

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