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CKSY (94.3 FM), with the tagline "Chatham-Kent's Lite Hits 94.3", is an adult contemporary radio station located in Chatham-Kent, Ontario, Canada.

The radio station has been on the air since July 1, 1986, and was originally using the broadcast frequency of 95.1 FM (which had previously been the frequency used by CBEE-FM, the CBC Radio One simulcaster of CBE-AM in Windsor, now at 88.1 FM). The CKSY calls originally were meant to denote the word "Cosy", as in the station's format of soft adult contemporary hits. In 2002, CKSY switched frequencies with sister station CKUE to obtain its current frequency of 94.3 FM.

CKSY is the home of the John Tesh Radio Show evenings in southwestern Ontario. The station had previously carried the Canadian feed of Delilah's love-songs show.

Both CKSY and CKUE are owned by Blackburn Radio along with CFCO radio.

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