Port Alice, British Columbia: 1170KHz:
Fort Smith, Northwest Territories: 860KHz:
Norman Wells, Northwest Territories: 990KHz:
CBUX moving to 92.3 FM
CBDI moving to 97.9 FM
CBDW moving to 99.9 FM
Blind River, Ontario: 1010KHz:
Marathon, Ontario: 1090KHz:
Terrace Bay, Ontario: 1010KHz:
CBON-6, CBLM, and CBEH to go away
CBON-6 and CBLM are going to 98.5 and 107.5 FM respectively. The 107.5 station will also cover the area served by CBEH, making the AM station obsolete.
The following AM stations have recently changed callsigns:
Wasilla, Alaska 1430 KVHZ from KKNI Culver City, California 1500 KWIF for new station Palm Springs, California 1450 KCOD from KPTR Elberton, Georgia 1400 WHTD from WSGC Louisville, Kentucky 900 WJIE from WFIA Auburn, New York 1340 WMBO from WNDR Plattsburgh, New York 1070 WPLB from WTWK Lewistown, Pennsylvania 670 WLUI from WIEZ Somerset, Pennsylvania 990 WNTI from WLLI Algood, Tennessee 1600 WUCT from WATX Jackson, Tennessee 1390 WLLI from WTJS Huntington, West Virginia 1200 WYSN from WZPS
Muscogee, Oklahoma: 540KHz, 830KHz, 1680KHz:
Permit granted for new experimental station WI2XNG.
5kw transmitter output on all three frequencies from 35-40-15/95-10-14. Experimental station for "UAS-RFTR training". I guess if you're in the Navy you might know what that means. (UAS typically refers to drones but I can't imagine what a 5kw AM station would have to do with drone training.)
This station has also been granted experimental permission for 10kw ERP FM stations on 92.5, 96.7, and 107.3.