The station also broadcasts on 103.5 FM in Shuniah, with the callsign CKED-FM. CFQK began broadcasting in 2002, and added the CKED retransmitter later that year. Both frequencies are low-power transmitters with partial audience reach into the nearby city of Thunder Bay. 
On June 10, 2005, the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission denied an application by Dougall Media to acquire the station. After three different formats since the sign on in 2002, the station switched to a hot adult contemporary format in mid-2005, known as "103.5, 104.5 HOT-FM".
In May 2008, the station switched to a country music format, known as "103.5 The Thunder".
- CFQK history at Canadian Communications Foundation
- 103.5 The Thunder
- Rock 94
- 91.5 CKPR