These AM stations were what I would want to listen to on my drive from Fort Erie on the 401 to Ottawa and home again on I-95.  Some stations broadcast at low power (and even lower at night) so there are some parts of the drive have no local reception.  CFZM can potentially broadcast out to a radius of several hundred miles at night so look for a 50 kW clear station if no local stations come in.

Call sign Frequency City of License Owner Format
CHAM 820 AM
Class B
Hamilton
50 kW / 5 kW
Bell Media Radio Comedy
CKPC 1380 AM
Class B
Brantford
25 kW
Telephone City Broadcasting Oldies
CJOY 1460 AM
Class B
Guelph
10 kW
Corus Entertainment Oldies
CFZM 740 AM
Class B
Toronto
50 kW
ZoomerMedia Pop Standards
CKDO 1580 AM
Class A
Oshawa
10 kW
Durham Radio Oldies
CJBQ 800 AM
Class B
Belleville
10 kW
Quinte Broadcasting Country
CFRA 580 AM
Class B
Ottawa
50 kW / 30 kW
Bell Media Radio News/Talk
CIWW 1310 AM
Class B
Ottawa
50 kW
Rogers Communications News
WMSA 1340 AM
Class C
Massena
910 W
Stephens Media Group Oldies
WEBO 1330 AM
Class D
Owego
5 kW / 36 W
Radigan Broadcasting Adult Contemporary
WSCP 1070 AM
Class D
Sandy Creek-Pulaski
2.5 kW / 0 kW
Galaxy Syracuse Licensee Classic Rock
WSEN 1050 AM
Class D
Baldwinsville
2.5 kW / 19 W
Leatherstocking Media Oldies
WHEN 620 AM
Class B
Syracuse
5 kW / 1 kW
CC Licenses, LLC Urban Adult Contemporary
WCGR 1550 AM
Class D
Canandaigua
200 W
The Fingerlakes Radio Country Music
WHAM 1180 AM
Class A
Rochester
50 kW
Citicasters Licenses, Inc. News/Talk
WXXI 1370 AM
Class B
Rochester
5 kW
WXXI Public Broadcasting Council News/Talk/Public Radio
WBTA 1490 AM
Class C
Batavia
1 kW / 710 W
HPL Communications Adult Contemporary , Easy Listening
WJJL 1440 AM
Class D
Niagara Falls
1 kW / 55 W
MJ Phillips 1950s Oldies