Broadcasting since January 2010.  Studio can be found in the train car at Main and Hwy 16.



Phone - 250-847-8769

Mailing address:

Smithers Community Radio
Po Box 834
Smithers B
V0J 2N0

Email - info (at symbol)

What is the Smithers Community Radio Society

The Smithers Community Radio Society is an incorporated non-profit that manages a locally supported, volunteer operated community radio station that provides programming with a focus on local artists, non-mainstream Canadian music, and commentary reflecting the community's diverse perspectives.

Mission: To strengthen and enrich the Smithers community by delivering volunteer produced radio programming.

We have received certification from the CRTC for a  50 watt radio license with the call sign of CICK and frequency of 93.9 FM.

The board comprises of:

Dave McTavish - President
Matt Simmons - Vice President
Val Anderson - Treasurer
Dan Mesec - Director
Andrea Follett - Director of Membership Retention
Lorraine Doiron - Secretary
Ken White - Director
Jordy Guilon - Director

Staff (on contract)

Glen Ingram - Station Manager
Crystal Nelligan - Event Coordinator
Meghan Brady - Lounge Car Coordinator

questions?  please contact us

Other Resources and Links

CRTC rules and reg's relative to Community Radio Comm. Radio Policy Revised Content Cat. Reg's and Policy Use of Hits CRTC & rude language ruling

If you would like to view our latest financial statement, check out the attachments below:



What is Community Radio



• Commercial-free, independent radio programmed by volunteers
• Radio that provides musical diversity and local, issues-oriented programs
• Radio serving the needs of its local community
• Radio that "democratizes" public media by making it accessible

    Community Radio is Important:

    1. Strengthens the "cultural health" of a region
    2. Empowers citizens by providing a forum for a diversity of viewpoints and ideas
    3. Promotes awareness of community-based organizations and services
    4. Supports local artists, musicians, and cultural activities
    5. Offers an effective instrument for community development
    6. Compliments local educational efforts