Under the mandate of the tive Communications Society of the Northwest Territories (NCS NWT), we deliver aborigil language services to 32 different communities and 3
diamond mines as well as into Alberta.
The First Peoples of the North have historically relied on oral traditions to pass on stories, culture and information. NCS continues to reinforce the oral traditions of the past by using the technologies of today to bring CKLB-FM 101.9 to all the communities of the NWT and beyond.
CKLB radio has formed a strong persol relationship with the people of the NWT since it's inception in 1982.
Northerners start and complete their day with CKLB because we offer the most unique radio programming available in the Territories...We've become like part of the family!
Here at CKLB we present a great mix of music: from contemporary and traditiol Aborigil music to country. We also have daily insightful interviews from the communities and live special event broadcasts. This is done in one of the six languages that we broadcast, which are:
English, North Slavey (Sahtu), South Slavey (Deh Cho), Denesuline (Chipewyan), Gwich'in & Tlicho Yati.