CPAC - the Cable Public Affairs Channel - is a public service funded entirely by Canada's cable industry. Launched in 1992 as the Cable Parliamentary Channel, our brief history has seen the service evolve from a simple House of Commons feed to a full-fledged national, bilingual public affairs network
The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation is Canada's public broadcaster. CBC tells Canadian stories reflecting the reality and diversity of our country; informs Canadians about news and issues of relevance and interest; supports Canadian arts and culture; builds bridges among Canadians, between regions and the two linguistic communities of Canada.
CTV Inc. owns Canada's premiere conventional national television network, The CTV Television Network. The network, through some of CTV's owned and operated television stations across the country and affiliation agreements with eight stations, reaches 99 per cent of English-speaking Canadians, offering a wide range of quality news, sports, information and entertainment programming. CTV Inc.
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A-Channel News at 6 and 11 nightly, provide an incomparable, interactive and informative source of local news, sports, weather and entertainment. A-Channel Morning, seen live weekday mornings from six to nine, is the only locally produced morning show in the region.