from Victoria BC
1955: CKDA FM 98.5 signs on the air in Victoria. Power was 370 watts.
1965: March 20 6 pm: CKDA FM becomes CFMS 98.5 and starts broadcasting independently from CKDA. Its broadcast day is noon-midnight 7 days a week.
1995: Sept. 1 5 pm: CKDA 1200 signs off the air. The owners of CKDA and CFMS FM 98.5 sell the AM station to CKKQ 100.3 FM and CFMS is sold and partnered with CJVI.
Dec. 11: The new owners of CFMS which broadcast adult contemporary music from 6 am-7 pm weekdays and 6 am-6 pm weekends with “Candlelight and Wine” instrumental music in the evening start CIOC “The Ocean” which broadcasts hot adult contemporary music all the time.
CFMS-Bay FM Stereo Fair: As a salute to Victoria's first FM Stereo radio station, the Bay held a week-long Stereo Fair from March 15-20, 1965.
Ad for Victoria's first FM station: CFMS FM 98. 5 from March 20, 1965. Notice Rudy Hartman who was the FM director had also been around when CHQM signed on in 1959 and CJVB in 1972.