CHLI-FM, or Rossland Community Radio Co-operative is a volunteer-led co-operative community radio station in Rossland, British Columbia, Canada.

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. [1] As of March 2008, the co-op has more than 75 members and is currently housed in the Rossland United Church building.[2]


RCRC airs several Rossland-based shows, as well as a few syndicated programs, like Pacifica Radio's Democracy Now!, and Kootenay Coop Radio's food-issues program Deconstructing Dinner.[3]

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.


  1. Broadcasting Decision CRTC 2008-103 CRTC Decision 2008-103
  2. Bradley, Tyler. Warm Welcome for CHLI, in the West Kootenay Weekender, Friday, March 21, 2008
  3. Schedule


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