A University of Waterloo radio station is off the air after failing to win financial support from students in a recent referendum.
In a message posted on CKMS 100.3 SoundFM’s website, the station’s board of directors say that they’ve changed the locks at the station and that the situation is “grim.”
The board says they’ll have more information about the station’s future Monday.
University of Waterloo students voted this fall against paying $2.50 per term to support CKMS.
Launched in 1977, the station describes itself on its website as Ontario’s third campus FM station.
– The Canadian Press