- Not to be confused with "CHOQ.FM", an unlicensed closed-circuit radio station at the Université du Québec à Montréal.
CHOQ is a Canadian radio station which began broadcasting in 2006. A non-profit community station for Franco-Ontarians in Toronto, Ontario, the station broadcasts at 105.1 on the FM dial.
CHOQ is owned by the Radio-Toronto cooperative. On October 18, 2004 the station received a $75,000 startup grant from the Trillium Foundation.
The station's launch was originally scheduled for 2005. The station did air a testing signal for three weeks in November of that year, but did not launch its permanent signal until May 1, 2006. The station also publishes a weekly Top 40 singles chart in L'Express.
CHOQ is also available as a digital television radio feed on Rogers Cable in the greater Toronto area on channel 957.
The station broadcasts dance music programming nightly between the hours of 10pm and 6am, branded as Energy 105.1 (Shock FM). This programming airs in English, and is not produced by Radio-Toronto, but is leased out to another company. As of 2008, Energy 105.1 also streams its programming on iPhones and other wifi devices.