The markets are Vancouver, Calgary, Winnipeg, Toronto and Ottawa.
BCE made the stations public at a CRTC hearing Monday in Montreal that's looking at the acquisition of Astral.
Both Ottawa stations are owned by Astral and share a broadcasting studio on Merivale Road.
Astral acquired CKQB FM - known better in Ottawa as 106.9 The Bear - as part of its $1.08-billion purchase of Standard Broadcasting in 2007. In early 2008, the station rebranded itself as a Virgin Radio station, but reverted back to The Bear in 2011.
CJOT FM launched in 2010 as an an adult contemporary station branded as EZ Rock 99.7, but switched its name to boom 99.7 in 2011 and broadened its format to “classic hits.”
Of the other stations expected to be placed up for sale, five are owned by Astral and three by Bell.
In Vancouver, the stations are CISL AM, CKZZ FM, CHHR FM, while in Calgary it's CKCE FM.
The Winnipeg stations being divested are CFQX FM and CHIQ FM. In Toronto, they are CHBM FM and CFXJ FM.
-With reports by The Canadian Press