With studios based at 203 Hymus Blvd. in Pointe-Claire, the station went on air on March 15, 1960 as CFOX with an adult contemporary format with 1,000 watts of power, but was changed on February 5, 1963 to 10,000 watts. In 1964 the station format changed to country, and in 1965 to a Top 40 station. The station was originally operated by Lakeshore Broadcasting, which was owned by noted Montreal radio journalist Gord Sinclair Jr. (the son of Toronto radio/TV journalist Gordon Sinclair).
- Frequency: 1470 AM
- Slogan: Lakeshore Broadcasting