CKCW-FM is an Canadian radio station broadcasting at a frequency of 94.5 MHz in Moncton, New Brunswick. The station plays an adult top 40 format and is owned by the Maritime Broadcasting System. CKCW originally began broadcasting on December 4, 1934 at 1370 kHz with 100 watts of power. The station was owned by Moncton Broadcasting Ltd. managed and owned by F.A. (Fred) Lynds. The frequency changed to 1400 kHz in 1941, and to 1220 kHz in 1946. Eastern Radio Broadcasting, the forerunner of MBS, purchased CKCW in 1972. CKCW was the only privately owned AM radio station ever to operate in Moncton. In 1976, a companion station was granted a licence to operate on the FM band, the first in Moncton, at frequency 103.9. CFQM-FM went on the air in 1977.