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CJOR increased its transmission power to 1,000 watts in 1941, moving its transmitter site to Lulu Island, where it is located to this day (making it the oldest broadcast site in the vicinity in continuous operation).
In 1944, it became the Vancouver affiliate of Canadian Broadcasting Corporation's (CBC) Dominion Network, then increased power again to 5,000 watts in 1947 with two 280-foot towers at a site in Richmond; that same year, Chandler established CJOR Ltd. In 1961, CJOR further increased power to 10,000 watts (and three towers), and became an independent station the following year after CBC ceased the Dominion Network's operations.
CKPK-FM got a new competitor, CHHR-FM, on Canada Day, 2009, airing a AAA format.
CHHR (since recalled as CHLG-FM) changed formats to classic hits on June 20, 2014.
By August 2016, CKPK completed its shift to the format, and changed their slogan to "Vancouver's Modern Rock", while retaining the "Peak" moniker.
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On October 23, 2008, the station signed on for testing.
600 AM signed off on November 13, 2008 with a 25-minute summary of the station's 84-year history on the AM band, followed by "Thanks for the Memory" by Bob Hope.
CKPK-FM is a radio station in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. As of 2012, the station is owned by the Jim Pattison Group and airs an alternative rock format branded as "102.7 The Peak".
Founded in 1923, in the past the station has broadcast numerous formats on other frequencies, under the call signs CFXC, CJOR, CHRX and CKBD.