We are pleased to announce the nomination of Camille Noël as our program officer. Camille will be in charge of the administration of the CRFC funding programs. She will be working with the entire campus and community radio sector, both applicants and recipients, to answer questions, give feedback on applications and monitor funded projects. With a strong background in project management, Camille will be able to ensure that projects stay on track and are successful.

In order to consolidate its dynamic team, the CRFC is seeking a full-time bilingual Program Officer who will be responsible for the administration of the CRFC’s programs. This person will work with applicants and recipients throughout the year to provide support, encourage participation in CRFC’s activities, assess funding applications and reports, and manage contribution agreements.

Nearly $1.5 million to 34 campus and community radio stations

The CRFC is pleased to award $1,482,751 to 34 campus and community radio stations across the country through its Radiometres program. Funded projects will enhance local programming, attract and train volunteers, and increase community participation.

2015 2016 annualreportcoverThe Community Radio Fund of Canada is pleased to provide you with its 2015-2016 Annual Report. The report was presented at our 9th Annual General Meeting which was held in Ottawa, on November 25, 2016.

The Community Radio Fund of Canada (CRFC) is pleased to announce the appointment of Ms. Amély Friolet-O'Neil as Executive Director. This appointment is in line with the CRFC's efforts to increase its visibility and support to Canadian campus and community radio stations.

The Community Radio Fund of Canada (CRFC) is pleased to announce the launch of the seventh round of funding under the Radiometres program.

12 Aug 2016


Are you looking for a challenging job opportunity? The CRFC is currently seeking a bilingual Executive Director.

The Community Radio Fund of Canada (CRFC) is an independent not-for-profit funding organization. Its mandate is to support licenced campus and community radio stations in their work as local broadcasters in communities across Canada.

The Executive Director is responsible for leading this work, taking direction from the Board of Directors. This includes managing CRFC operations, as well as the coordination and implementation of the Fund's development, communications, stakeholder relations and strategic plans.

This is a full-time (40-hour/week) position with a salary range of $65,000 to $80,000, commensurate with skills and experience.

The Board and staff of the Community Radio Fund of Canada (CRFC) are sad to announce that Program Officer Josée Dallaire is leaving us — but happy that it’s because she has found a permanent position with another national not-for-profit organisation.

Josée started in November 2015 as a maternity leave replacement for Marie-Ève Laramée-Gauvreau, who will be returning in November to join Program Officer Aymone Agossou.

In the nine months since she began, Josée brought passion and professionalism to the position, drawing on her previous experience working for a grants and contributions program at the Department of Canadian Heritage.