CKWS-FM is a Canadian radio station, broadcasting at FM 104.3 in Kingston, Ontario. The station airs a classic hits format as Greatest Hits CKWS 104.3 FM. The station was launched in 1942 as CKWS, a CBC Trans-Canada Network affiliate taking over CBC responsibilities from Queen's University radio station CFRC. Broadcasting on AM 960, the station was owned by Allied Broadcasting, a partnership of Roy Thomson and Rupert Davies, owner of the Kingston Whig-Standard newspaper. The call letters were derived from the newspaper's name, as was common at the time.