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We would like to acknowledge the shared traditional ancestral territory of the Sumas First Nation and Matsqui First Nation. These two First Nations are a part of the Sto:lo Nation. The Sto:lo people are “the people of the river”. The Sto:lo people have lived in the Fraser Valley for 10,000 years. It is for this reason that we acknowledge the traditional territory in which we reside.

 CIVL Radio’s Mission:
CIVL Radio will serve and inform the students and staff of UFV and the communities they serve through the mediums of radio and internet broadcasting.

What Is CIVL Radio?
CIVL Radio is a campus and community radio station that serves the University of the Fraser Valley (UFV), Abbotsford, Mission and Chilliwack.

CIVL Radio primarily operates under the auspices of volunteers who also host and produce their own programs.  Staffing the offices of CIVL Radio are an operations committee and student-employees.

CIVL Radio offers all of its programs online.  To have a listen to live audio-streaming, click on the ear icon near the top of the website.  One can also listen to the programs anytime as a podcast.

What Does CIVL Radio Want To Accomplish?

  • To encourage co-operation, interaction, communication and understanding within and between the students and staff of UFV and the communities they serve.
  • To provide a forum for the presentation of opinions, ideas and observations of individuals and groups to the great community.
  • To work towards broadcasting on the local airwaves at 101.7FM.

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