The co-operative applied for a low-power broadcast license with the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC), with the aim to broadcast at 5 watts of power on the FM dial at 101.1 with the call letters CHLI, and the station was given approval by the CRTC on May 15, 2008.  As of March 2008, the co-op has more than 75 members and is currently housed in the Rossland United Church building.
Community stations in the areaEdit
Rossland Community Radio is one of several community radio stations in the Kootenay Region of Southern Interior British Columbia. Others include CJLY-FM in Nelson, British Columbia, CIDO-FM in Creston, British Columbia, CFAD-FM in Salmo, and Nakusp Community Radio.
- ↑ Broadcasting Decision CRTC 2008-103 CRTC Decision 2008-103
- ↑ Bradley, Tyler. Warm Welcome for CHLI, in the West Kootenay Weekender, Friday, March 21, 2008
- ↑ Schedule