Our Community Broadcasting Partners

 Our Members  

Each year, campus and community stations from around the country join the CRFC as a member. Their $20/year memberships contributes to the operations of the CRFC.

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Founded in 1991, Alliance des radios communautaires (ARC du Canada) is a national organization representing 29 community radio stations (28 on-air) serving French-speaking and Acadian communities outside of Québec. ARC du Canada is a founding member of the CRFC.

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Founded in 1979, the Association des radiodiffuseurs communautaires du Québec (ARCQ) is a provincial organization representing 35 community radio stations in the province of Québec. ARCQ is a founding member of the CRFC.

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Founded in 1981, the National Campus and Community Radio Association/Association nationale des radios étudiantes et communautaires (NCRA/ANREC) is a national organization representing more than 80 campus and community radio stations. While primarily located in English-speaking communities, NCRA/ANREC stations also serve a wide range of multicultural and diverse communities from coast-to-coast-to-coast. The NCRA/ANREC is a founding member of the CRFC.

Not-for-profit Partners

The CRFC also works with other not-for-profit organizations, either as members or collaborators on national issues related to funding.


Capacity Builders has been providing affordable training and management support to a wide-range of not-for-profit human service organizations across Ontario. It supports managers, supervisors, team leaders and front-line workers so they are equipped with the right knowledge and skills to provide quality service.


Imagine Canada is a national charitable organization whose cause is Canada’s charities and nonprofits. It supports and strengthens charities and nonprofits so they can, in turn, support the Canadians and communities they serve. Imagine Canada: strengthens the sector’s collective voice; acts as a forum and meeting place; and creates an enabling environment in which organizations contribute to building stronger communities.


OASSIS is committed to providing access to affordable, comprehensive employee benefits for community-based organizations, on a not-for-profit basis. It offers a financially secure and practical alternative in employee benefits for the voluntary sector.


The mandate of the Ontario Nonprofit Network (ONN) is to communicate, coordinate, and collaborate with nonprofit organizations working for the public benefit in Ontario. ONN was created in order to: gather, analyze and interpret information about what is going on in the sector as a whole; enhance communication across the sector; work strategically with nonprofit organizations, government, business and other stakeholders; respond to government at all levels about policy, legislation, and practices that affect how the sector operates; and develop a sense of shared interests and common purpose within the sector in order to strengthen the role of nonprofits in Ontario.


Volunteer Canada is the national voice for volunteerism in Canada. Since 1977, the organization has been committed to increasing and supporting volunteerism and civic participation through ongoing programs, special projects and national initiatives, by developing resources and by engaging in research and training across the country. Working with volunteer centres, community and national organizations and businesses, Volunteer Canada actively leads national dialogues on how volunteerism is related to citizen engagement and civil society and provides leadership on issues and trends in the Canadian volunteer movement.