Broadcast Television Networks
The CBC, or the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. National network broadcasting both in English and French (SRC).
CTV, originally CTN (Canadian Television Network), an English national network.
Global, English network, national except for the territories and Newfoundland and Labrador.
Regional Broadcast Television Stations
Citytv, independent, Toronto with a sister station in Vancouver. Part of the CHUM Television network.
Omni 1 and Omni 2, two television multicultural stations, Toronto.
CH, which consists of four local stations owned by Global.
A Channel, Prairie network, originally known as the MTN (Manitoba Television Network). Also operates in Alberta. Owned by Craig Broadcast Systems.
TVOntario, also known as TVO, operated by the government of Ontario.
TFO, French-language channel of TV Ontario.
TVA, Quebec-based private French-language network.
TQS, Quebec-based private French-language network.
Tele-Quebec, educational channel run by the Quebec government.
Channel M, multicultural station in Vancouver.
Crossroads TV, Ontario-based Christian station.
The New PL, London, Ontario-based former independent station, is now owned by the CHUM TV empire. Also
The New VR, former CBC affiliate, now owned by the CHUM TV empire. Barrie, Ontario.
The New RO, CHUM-owned independent station in the Ottawa area.
The New VI, CHUM-owned independent station in the Victoria area.
The New WI, CHUM-owned independent station in Windsor, Ontario.
Now TV, Christian-themed station in the Vancouver area.
Toronto One, newest station in Toronto. Owned by Craig Broadcast Systems.
Cable and digital cable Television Networks
The Aboriginal People Television Network, APTN, whose programming entirely focuses on shows dealing with or starring native people and Metis.
ACCESS, Alberta-based educational channel. CHUM-owned.
Animal Planet Canada, off-shoot of the Discovery Channel.
Arts & Loisirs, the French branch of A & E Network
ASN, a regional entertainment channel in Atlantic Canada.
Biography Channel, off-shoot of the A&E Network
Book Television, CHUM-owned channel, devoted to literature programming.
Bravo, CHUM's arts and entertainment station.
Canadian Learning Television, part of the CHUM television empire.
CBC Newsworld, off-shoot of the CBC.
CP24, 24-hour local news channel in Toronto & area, part of the CHUM empire.
The Comedy Network, run by CTV
Cool TV, a channel dedicated to jazz
Country Canada, run by the CBC.
Country Music TV, also known as CMT.
CPAC, Parliamentary channel.
CTV Newsnet, run by CTV.
CTV Travel, run by CTV.
Deja View, run by Global, consists solely of repeats.
Documentary Channel, specializing exclusively in documentary films.
Drive-In Classics, retro-themed movie channel. Owned by CHUM.
ESPN Classic Canada
FashionTelevisionChannel, part of the CHUM television empire.
Food Network Canada
Fox Sports World Canada
HGTV, Home and Garden Television.
History Television, not to be confused with the History Channel in the U.S.
HSTN, High School Television Network (defunct).
Independent Film Channel, Documentary, Arthouse, and Independent Films.
Leafs TV, Ontario channel devoted to the Toronto Maple Leafs.
Lonestar., Western-themed channel.
The Movie Network
MuchMusic, part of the CHUM television empire.
MuchMoreMusic, part of the CHUM television empire.
MuchLoud, specialty digital music channel. CHUM-owned.
MuchVibe, specialty digital music channel. CHUM-owned.
MusiMax, French-language music channel, owned by CHUM.
MusiquePlus, French-language music channel, owned by CHUM.
One: The Mind Body and Spirit Channel
Outdoor Life Network
PrideVision, World's first gay and lesbian-themed channel.
Prime, general entertainment channel owned by Global.
Raptors NBA TV, channel devoted to the Toronto Raptors.
Réseau des sports (RDS), French-language sports channel.
Report on Business Television
Réseau de l'Information (RDI), French-language equivalent of CBC Newsworld
The Score, a sports news channel.
Sex TV, part of the CHUM television empire.
The Shopping Channel
Showcase, focused largely on international, raunchy, and cult programming.
Showcase Action, movie channel.
Showcase Diva, movie channel.
Space TV, science, fantasy and science fiction programming, owned by CHUM.
Star, entertainment news channel fashioned after E. Part of the CHUM television empire.
Teletoon, cartoon channel
Treehouse TV, channel for younger children
TSN, The Sports Network.
TV Land Canada
Vision TV, multi-faith religious channel.
W Network, women's channel.
The Weather Network
YTV, children's channel.
See also: Lists of television channels