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On November 1, 2004, Trinity Television announced that it was selling CHNU and the license for CIIT to Rogers Communications, subject to CRTC approval. If the deal is approved, Rogers will finally have a broadcast television station in the Vancouver market. (It lost the bid for a multicultural station in Vancouver a few years ago to CHNM.) The financial difficulties Trinity has experienced with operating CHNU and getting CIIT on the air, combined with the fact that because Trinity is a charitable organization, it cannot raise capital from outside investors, are the main reasons for the sale.
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