CHNS in Halifax, Nova Scotia, used to be a very common station at my place and by far the most commonly heard station on 960 kHz. I have sent a couple of reports to this station through the years, but no answer untill today when I got an e-mail verification from Alison Morash, Promotions Manager, confirming my reception of the station on February 11, 2006.
CHNS left the AM band for good on October 19, 2006, and 960 kHz is now a much more exciting frequency. CHNS can nowadays be heard on FM and is known as “Hal FM”. They broadcast an interesting mix of Classic Rock music which I listen in to now and then on my computer. CHNS also used to broadcast on shortwave 6130 kilohertz with the call signs CHNX. The shortwave transmitter was closed down in 2001.