Where great radio is made
For almost a century, CKUA has been part of Alberta’s story. And as the province has grown, so has the station. From our studios, we keep our listeners connected to the best in arts and culture in Alberta.
But our studios are more than just places from which to broadcast — they are also where we connect with our history and with our community. CKUA broadcasts from heritage buildings in two of Alberta’s prime cultural hotspots: the Alberta Hotel in Edmonton’s arts district, and at Studio Bell in the National Music Centre on Calgary’s Music Mile. Come find out a little bit more about these unique spaces.
We respectfully acknowledge that we live and work on a traditional gathering place for diverse Indigenous peoples whose histories, languages, and cultures continue to influence our vibrant community. We are beneficiaries of treaties of peace and friendship. In that spirit, we extend our hands and hearts to the Indigenous nations who have made Alberta their home long before the building of our province—and to all Indigenous people who continue to make this region their home. We embrace the teachings of Tatawaw, a nēhiyawēwin phrase meaning “Welcome, there is room.”