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- BBC Canada is a general entertainment Canadian category 2 digital cable television channel.
- The CBC was also jokingly called BBC Canada during the 2005 lockout due to the large amount of British content then aired in place of the regular schedule.
- The Canadian Television Fund was created in 1996 to support the broadcast and production of quality Canadian television programming.
- CBC North is the name for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation 's radio and television service in the Canadian Arctic.
- CBEFT is the Societ-- Radio-Canada transmitter serving franco-ontarians in Windsor.
- CBEFT is the Societ- Radio-Canada station serving franco-ontarians in Windsor and Western Ontario.
- CBF-FM is a French-language Canadian radio station located in Montreal, Quebec.
- CBK is a Canadian radio station, broadcasting the CBC Radio One network at 540 AM in Saskatchewan.
- CBK communicates management's expectations to employees and works with employees on an individual basis to improve their job skills.
- CBK is geared for all types of volumes and allows a high level of automation.
- CBKFT was licensed by the CRTC on June 9, 1975 and launched on November 8, 1976 by the CBC as a rebroadcaster of CBWFT in Winnipeg, Manitoba.
- CBKFT is a Canadian French language television station in the province of Saskatchewan.
- In 1985, CBKFT was granted a license with 11 new transmitters and began operating as its own television station separate from CBFWT.
- CBKST is the television call sign for the CBC 's television station in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan which went on the air in 1971.
- CBKT is the television call sign for the CBC 's television station in Regina, Saskatchewan.
- CBLT is the television call sign for the CBC 's television station in Toronto, Ontario.
- CBLT is the television call sign for the CBCs television station in Toronto, Ontario.
- CBNT is the television call sign for the CBC 's television station in St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador.
- CBOF-FM is a French-language Canadian radio station located in Ottawa, Ontario.
- CBUT is the CBC 's television station in Vancouver, British Columbia, and the flagship CBC-TV station for the Pacific Time zone.
- CBUT is the oldest television station in Western Canada first going on the air on December 16, 1953.
- CBUT was known mainly as Channel 2 from its inception until 1976.
- CFCM is a television station.
- CFCM was Quebec's first private television station, going on the air for the first time on July 1 7, 1954.
- CFCM was subsequently acquired by Pathonic in 1979, and by T--l---M--tropole in 1989.
- CFCN is a Canadian television station, broadcasting in Calgary, Alberta.
- CFCN was the next-to-last major acquisition for Baton before it bought majority control of CTV in 1997.
- CFCW can also be received on 91.5 MHz on Shaw Cable FM.
- CFCW started on 1954-11-02 on 1230 kHz, with 250 watts power.
- Neil joined CFCW after the death of Edmonton radio legend Wes Montgomery.
- CFGS is a television station.
- CFHK was originally CHLO, an AM station broadcasting on 680 MHz and with studios in St. Thomas.
- CFHK was originally CHLO, an AM station broadcasting on 680 kHz and with studios in St. Thomas.
- Ownership of CFRN-TV changed in 1997, when Baton and Electrohome merged, with Baton assuming Electrohome's stations in exchange for Baton shares.
- This show halted production June 30, 1996 CFRN-TV is proud of its news heritage and the fact they were the first TV station to do editorials.
- CFRN-TV (also known as CTV Edmonton) is a Canadian television station, broadcasting in Edmonton, Alberta.
- CFSK is a television station which broadcasts out of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.
- The precursor to CFUV ( CKVC) was formed in 1965 and broadcast to two student residences and the Student Union Building.
- On December 17, 1984, CFUV became Victoria's second FM station, broadcasting at a mere 49.4 watts on 105.1 FM.
- CFVS is the callsign for TQS ' television station in Val d'Or, Quebec, serving Quebec's Abitibi region.
- CFVS is the callsign for TQS ' television station in Val d'Or, Quebec.
- CFXY is the callsign of a radio station in Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada, more commonly known as 105 FM, The Fox.
- CHAU is a television station.
- An interesting and curious feature of Chau Doc are the floating houses in the River.
- From Hoa Binh to Mai Chau you will pass by Man Duc crossroad, which is an hour driving from Hoa Binh and backed by karst peaks, with an interesting market.
- CHDI is the callsign of a Canadian radio station, broadcasting at 102.9 FM in Edmonton, Alberta.
- CHEM is a television station.
- I taught Quantum Chemistry (Chem 245) this past fall, and Thermodynamics and Kinetics (Chem 240) during spring.
- Charlie and I each taught a section of Chem 230 (Organic Chemistry) in the fall, and I taught Chem 235 (Organic Chemistry II) in the spring.
- Chex is a brand of breakfast cereal now manufactured by General Mills.
- Chex is also known as the basis of a baked snack called Chex Mix.
- Chex was featured in a first person shooter video game entitled Chex Quest, in which the player takes on the role of an anthropomorphic piece of Chex cereal.
- CHEZ is a Canadian radio station, which broadcasts classic rock at 106.1 FM in Ottawa.
- CHEZ was launched at 6pm on March 25th 1977 by CHEZ-FM Inc., a company owned and operated by Harvey Glatt and based at 126 York Street in the Market.
- CHEZ was launched in 1977 by CHEZ-FM Inc., a company owned and operated by Harvey Glatt.
- CHLT-TV is the TVA owned and operated station in Sherbrooke, Quebec.
- CHMC is a Canadian radio station, broadcasting at 99.3 FM in Edmonton, Alberta.
- CHNM is an independent Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada -based television station aimed at promoting the province's multicultural diversity.
- CHNM is an independent television station based in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
- The Allard family has been in Canadian broadcasting since 1965, when Dr. Charles A. Allard received a licence for CHQT Radio.
- Hamilton has recently been heard on CHQT Cool 880 as vacation relief and is said to be running a broadcasting school in Edmonton.
- Submit your own music to 94.9 CHRW.
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- CHUM was awarded the license in 2000, and CIVI launched on October 4, 2001 as CHUM's first original station to be part of the NewNet system.
- CHUM was forced to sell Toronto 1, because it already owned stations in Toronto and nearby Barrie.
- CHYR was acquired by Rogers Communications in 1968.
- CIMT is a television station.
- CITL is a Canadian television station, broadcasting in Lloydminster.
- CITO was established in 1971 as CKSO-TV-2, originally rebroadcasting CKSO in Sudbury.
- CITO was established in 1971 by Cambrian Broadcasting, the owner of CICI in Sudbury and CKNY in North Bay.
- The Radio Society later began broadcasting as CYVR (and became CiTR in 1974).
- SHiNDiG is a battle of the bands competition run by CiTR yearly from September to December.
- CiTR is operated by UBC students and community volunteers under the ownership of the Alma Mater Society.
- CIVI is a television station based in Victoria, British Columbia.
- CKY was founded as independent station CJAY on November 12, 1960, joining CTV upon the network's launch on October 1, 1961.
- From November 12, 1960 to June 1, 1973, CJAY was also the call sign of a CTV -affiliated television station in Winnipeg.
- CJCA is a Canadian radio station.
- CJCA was also home for the Edmonton Eskimos and Edmonton Trappers.
- CJCA was originally owned and operated by the Edmonton Journal, and was later purchased by Selkirk Communications Ltd.
- CJCA was originally owned and operated by the Edmonton Journal, and was later purchased by Selkirk Communications.
- CJFB was a former Canadian television station, based in Swift Current, Saskatchewan.
- CJFM-FM is an English language Canadian radio station located in Montreal, Quebec.
- CJIC was also the callsign of an AM radio station in Sault Ste.
- CJIC is a former Canadian television station, which broadcast in Sault Ste.
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