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TV channels from Canada
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. .CAM: Confederation Bridge (-)This webcam offers a view of the large Confederation Bridge. The Confederation Bridge joins the eastern Canadian provinces of Prince Edward Island and New Brunswick, making travel throughout the Maritimes easy and convenient. Media Player is required to watch this stream.
. .CAM: Memorial Park Calgary (-)View over the Central Memorial Park, located in central Calgary's Beltline district In Calgary, Alberta
. CBC (Local) (English)CBC (Canadian Broadcasting Corporation) offers local recorded news from, BC, Calgary, Edmonton, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Thunder Bay, Saskatoon, Sudbury, Windsor, Kitchener-Waterloo, Hamilton, Toronto Ottawa, Montreal, NB, NS, PEI, Maritimes, NL and North.
. CPAC English (English)CPAC, the Cable Public Affairs Channel, is Canada's only privately-owned, commercial free, not for profit, bilingual licensed television service. It was founded in 1992. The Canadian Parliament Channel shows the proceedings of Parliament from Ottawa.
. CPAC French (French)CPAC, the Cable Public Affairs Channel, is Canada's only privately-owned, commercial free, not for profit, bilingual licensed television service. It was founded in 1992. The Canadian Parliament Channel shows the proceedings of Parliament from Ottawa.
. Salt and Light (English)Salt and Light is a Catholic channel. The Salt and Light Catholic Media Foundation is based in Toronto. The slogan of Salt and light is - Light for the World through
Canada Broadcast info (source - CIA WFB):
2 public TV broadcasting networks each with a large number of network affiliates; several private-commercial networks also with multiple network affiliates; overall, about 150 TV stations; multi-channel satellite and cable systems provide access to a wide range of stations including US stations; mix of public and commercial radio broadcasters with the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC), the public radio broadcaster, operating 4 radio networks, Radio Canada International, and radio services to indigenous populations in the north; roughly 2,000 licensed radio stations in Canada (2008)
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