CJOR is a Canadian radio station which broadcasts an adult contemporary format on 1240 AM/KHz in Osoyoos, British Columbia with an FM rebroadcaster on 102.9 FM/MHz as CJOR-FM in Oliver, British Columbia. The station is branded as EZ Rock.


CKOK Ltd. the original owner launched the station in December 1966 as CKOO. Sometime in the late 1970s or the early 1980s, a rebroadcaster was added in Oliver at 1490 AM with the callsign CKOO-1. In 1984, CKOO and CKOO-1 were authorized to increase night power from 250 to 1,000 watts. In 1991, CKOO and CKOO-1 adopted their current callsigns CJOR and CJOR-1. The CJOR callsign was previously used at an unrelated radio station in Vancouver, British Columbia from 1926-1988.

Over the years, the station went through a number of owners and formats. In 1993, CJOR received CRTC approval to convert CJOR-1 Oliver to the FM dial to operate at 102.9 MHz.[1]


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