The most important thing is, you sing as Trudeau makes you sing. To me, like most Canadian media, you are a cesspool. Sometimes I listen to the nonsense you say. Your best bet is informing about parties, besides, you are a cesspool without honor.
I can get the same format and playlist on lots of stations around North America. But, I like the talent on CJ92. Jessie and JD are cool in the morning, my GRRL Ash mid day and Chris Foord afternoons. The 2 hour time difference actually serves me well.
being calgary, they play some pretty unknown songs, but in general its usually the one i default to. that and 106
WHITE LIVES matter as well as all others are. I am Caucasian, worked on a reserve and dealt with racism on a daily basis. White man this and White man that This racism bull is getting stale. No one told you to listen to the song. Turn your radio off for the song. Knock the chip on your shoulder off.. Clay ROCKS.
I have only 1 thing to say to the negative Nellies on here. I if you don't like it, then don't listen! I lived in Cow-Town for 10 years, and besides the winters! I loved Calgary. The people were great! I will continue to visit. July on! Rock On Calgary! (C-Jay)!
I see there is no change cj92s playlist still playing iron maidens run to the hills its a offensive song to most natives but I guess thats to be expected in a place like alberta at a tine like this with whats going on in the world right now all the racial unrest I were cj92 stands on the matter cj92 has yery far right/ALT right(white nationalist) values you may call it cancel colture but I have to callout white supremacy when I hear it BLACK AND INDIGENOUS LIVES MATTER
CJAY-92 is a Canadian radio station that broadcasts an active rock format at 92.1 FM in Calgary, Alberta. The station uses its on-air brand name as CJAY 92 and is owned by Bell Media. CJAY operates repeater transmitters located in Banff, Alberta and Invermere, British Columbia (99.7 FM). Its founder was Ralph Connor, who moved to Calgary from Sudbury, Ontario to start the station. CJAY's studios are located on Centre Street in Eau Claire, while its transmitter is located at Old Banff Coach Road and 85 Street Southwest.