Apr 11, 2019

On Thursday, May 16, University of British Columbia Campus Radio, CiTR in Vancouver presents the fifth annual Access Day, a 10-hour special broadcast day, centered around the theme of "Accessibility in Our Community!"

CFCR original program People With Disabilities Speak Out (Host: Debbie Windsor), which airs on CFCR every Thursday from 7-7:30pm, will be providing an hour of Access Day programming, along with a variety of other Campus & Community Radio stations across Canada. 

Along with contributed segments, CiTR will also be hosting live performances by Greg Labine & Kristina Shelden, through the Vancouver Adapted Music Society.

To tune in, visit CiTR's website between 9am and 6pm PDT (10am-7pm local Saskatoon time).

~~~~~~ Programming Guide ~~~~~~~~~~
9-10am PDT (10-11am Saskatoon): CiTR101.9FM (Vancouver, BC)
10-11am PDT (11am-12pm): CFCR 90.5FM (Saskatoon, SK)
11am-12pm PDT (12-1pm): CJLO 1690AM (Montreal, QC)
12-12:30pm PDT (1-1:30pm) Greg Labine live at CiTR 101.9FM (Vancouver, BC) 
12:30-1pm PDT (1:30-2pm) CiTR101.9FM (Vancouver, BC)
1-2pm PDT (2-3pm) CJSR FM 88.5 (Edmonton, AB)
2-3pm PDT (3-4pm) CJSW 90.9FM (Calgary, AB)
3-3:30pm PDT (4-4:30pm) Kristina Shleden Live at CiTR 101.9FM (Vancouver, BC)
3:30-4pm PDT (4:30-5pm) CiTR 101.9FM (Vancouver, BC)
4-5pm PDT (5-6pm) CKUT 90.3FM (Montreal, QC)
5-6pm PDT (6-7pm) CiTR 101.9FM (Vancouver, BC)

This special programming event takes place on and is broadcast from occupied, traditional, ancestral, and unceded territories of the Coast Salish peoples – specifically the sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish), sel̓íl̓witulh (Tsleil-Waututh), and xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam) nations.

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