CKTE is a First nations community radio station that operates at 89.9 FM in Aroland/Nakina, Ontario.

Owned by the Aroland Community Radio, the station was given approval by the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission in 1992. [ [ Decision CRTC 92-521] ]

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