The Quebec City Community Loan Fund was created by business people, community associations, union organizations and social workers along with Quebec provincial government support in 1993. It was established to provide business services, training and employment services along with other community support services (i.e. social housing, neighbourhood security). The Quebec City Community Loan Fund grew out of a recognition of the need for accessible capital for the economic development of impoverished downtown neighbourhoods in Quebec City.
CISM is the student radio of University of Montreal (UdeM).
Their goal is to diffuse new musical talents in Quebec that are yet
undiscovered by mainstream media. CISM is a radio for the youth, committed to
stimulate innovation and diversity. The CISM radio station is for francophone
students and those who have an interest in the university community. Each week,
a team of more than 200 volunteers contribute to the radio station.
Radio Centre-Ville is a community and multilingual radio station in Montreal. Active for over 35 years, it supports the free circulation of ideas and gives a voice to the voiceless. Radio Centre-Ville supports cultural and intellectual diversity by offering music, culture and ideas from people here and elsewhere. The diffusion is made in 8 languages to reflect the diversity of the Montreal mosaic. Radio Centre-Ville diffuses local, regional, and international information on modern issues daily.
CKUT is a campus-community radio station based at McGill
University in Montreal. CKUT provides alternative music, news and spoken word
programming to the city of Montreal and surrounding areas, 24 hours a
day, 365 days a year. Hear us at 90.3 MHz on the FM dial, 91.7 by cable,
or listen on-line. CKUT is made up of over 200 volunteers.
Radio Basse-Ville CKIA is a radio station in the Quebec city area. CKIA is an actor in the realization of an inclusive, egalitarian, and green society. Their mission is to produce an engaged and progressive radio station that encourages citizens to build an inspiring community. The station diffuses different types of alternative information (local, international, green, feminist, and artistic) as well as a diversity of musical styles, with a pronounced interest for francophone music.