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— NOTICE For CJLU Halifax —-

Our CJLU-Halifax antenna was damaged due to ice and extreme weather.

We’ve been blessed to have been loaned a temporary antenna, which was installed the week of 3/11/19.

While we’re fortunate to be back on air, this antenna does not allow us to broadcast at our full strength, so unfortunately our reach is only about 30% of what it typically is.

We’re in the process of discovering options for a permanent antenna solution, and will post news here when we have an update to share.

Don’t forget, you can listen online here, or on your phone or tablet using RadioPlayer or TuneIn, or even your Alexa enabled device “Hey Alexa, play CJLU Halifax”.

Thanks for your continued support.

Please give your good thoughts and prayers for a speedy resolution.

Harvesters.FM Staff

What’s Happening ?
Events From Our Public Calendar

March 22, 2019
  • MCC's K.T. Norris Lecutres March 19, 2019 - March 22, 2019   Sherwood Christian Church 9 Lilac Avenue Charlottetown, PEI

    Maritime Christian College will hold their Annual K.T. Norris Lecutres on March 19-22, 2019. Dr. Mark Scott from Ozark Christian College, Missouri will be speaking on "Miracles: Previews of a Future World". Sessions will be held at Sherwood Christian Church in Charlottetown, mornings 9:30 to noon and evenings 7:30 to 9. For further information, contact Maritime Christian College at 902 628 8887 or visit their website at

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March 23, 2019
  • Teen Talks - Spring Program March 23, 2019  13:30 pm - 15:30 pm Oulton College Main Campus, 4 Flanders Ct, Moncton, NB E1C 0K6, Canada

    Teen girls ages 11-14 are invited to register for the spring program of Teen Talks for 5 sessions, every Saturday from 1:30pm to 3:30pm starting March 16, 23, 30, April 6 and 13 or starting April 27, May 4, 11, 25 and June 1. Sessions will be held at Oulton College 4 Flanders Court Moncton, New Brunswick. For registration, call 506-852-6538 or email at

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March 24, 2019
  • Alpha Youth Series at Fuze Youth March 24, 2019  18:00 pm - 20:00 pm Lake Echo Fellowship Baptist Church, 17 Peter Ct, Mineville, NS B2Z 1K2, Canada

    All youths are invited to attend Alpha Youth Series at Fuze Youth on sunday evenings from 6pm-8pm, from Mar 10 to Jun 9, 2019 at Lake Echo Fellowship Baptist Church, 17 Peter Court, Mineville, Nova Scotia. Alpha is a series of interactive sessions that explores faith and the meaning of life. Each session looks at a different question, and is designed to create conversation. For further details and registration, contact Pastor Scott MacKenzie at 902-829-3030.

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March 29, 2019
  • The #Beccatoldmeto Outstanding Youth Volunteer Award Nominations March 29, 2019 The Volunteer Centre of Southeastern New Brunswick, 22 Church St T290, Moncton, NB E1C 0P7, Canada

    The Volunteer Centre of Southeastern New Brunswick is calling for nominations of deserving youth volunteers. The Outstanding Youth Volunteer Award was created in honor of Becca Schofield as her #Beccatoldmeto acts of kindness has inspired so many young individuals to make a difference in our community.

    This year’s nominee must meet the following :
    * be a youth between 15 and 25 years.
    *demonstrates how their volunteer effort and/or act of kindness has impacted someone’s life and/or the community.
    *demonstrates initiative and creativity.
    *serves as a role model for others in his/her community.
    *be nominated by an individual or organization. {please include e-mail and telephone number}.
    *submissions will be accepted either in a word document {not to exceed one page} or video {not to exceed five minutes}. *please include a photo of the nominee for promotional purposes.

    Send your nominations to no later than March 29. The successful nominee will be presented with the #Beccatoldmeto Outstanding Youth Volunteer of the Year Award 2019 at National Volunteer Week Breakfast on April 11th .

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