CBH-FM is a Canadian radio station broadcasting in Halifax, Nova Scotia at 102.7 MHz. The station was launched on June 1, 1976 and is the CBC Music outlet for Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island. CBH-FM's studios are located on 7067 Chebucto Road in Halifax, while its transmitter is located on Washmill Lake Drive in Clayton Park.

CityHalifax, Nova Scotia
Broadcast areaHalifax Regional Municipality
BrandingCBC Music
Frequency102.7 MHz (FM)
First air dateJune 1, 1976
FormatPublic broadcasting
ERP92,000 watts horizontal
HAAT217.5 meters (714 ft)
Transmitter coordinates44°39′3.6″N 63°39′28.8″W
OwnerCanadian Broadcasting Corporation
Sister stationsCBHA-FM, CBHT-DT
WebsiteCBC Nova Scotia

CBH-FM originates one local program, Connections with Olga Milosevich. The program highlights upcoming cultural events in the Maritimes as well as a wide range of music from the region. This program is able to air primarily because of a gap on the national CBC Music schedule in Atlantic Canada, since some Saturday afternoon network programs are timed to air live in both the Atlantic and Eastern time zones. CBN-FM in St. John's is the only other station to air local programming of this type, however in that case the program is shared with the local CBC Radio One station, whereas Connections is exclusive to CBC Music.


CBH-FM has rebroadcast transmitters in the following communities in Nova Scotia:

Rebroadcasters of CBH-FM
City of licenseIdentifierFrequencyRECNetCRTC Decision
MiddletonCBH-FM-193.3 FMQuery88-445
MulgraveCBH-FM-2103.1 FMQuery2001-494

CBH-FM also has rebroadcast transmitters elsewhere in the Maritime Provinces:

Rebroadcasters of CBH-FM
City of licenseIdentifierFrequencyRECNetCRTC Decision
Moncton, New BrunswickCBA-FM95.5 FMQuery
Saint John-Fredericton, New BrunswickCBZ-FM101.5 FMQuery
Charlottetown, Prince Edward IslandCBCH-FM104.7 FMQuery94-759
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