EWTN Canada is a Catholic television with programs faithful to the teachings of the church has been central to EWTN’s mission since Mother Angelica started the network in 1981. It’s proved a most effective way to communicate our message of salvation through God’s infinite love to a global Catholic audience starving for the truth.
GLOBAL PUNJAB TV is A premium Punjabi channel which is Fair and Fearless that aspires to serve the Punjabi community with such rich content that will make it truly relevant and market leader.
Shows from every genre are broadcasted on Global Punjab like Hello Global Punjab, Latest Punjabi News, Punjabi Debate, Religious & Entertainment Shows. Global Punjab TV everyday broadcasts, latest unbiased news, engaging talk shows on current affairs, prime debate on politics and subjects of high interest to Punjabi community.
Global Punjab TV is today unmatched in its presentation of live community events in USA and Canada, thus making it the fastest growing and most sought after Punjabi TV.
CBC Nova Scotia - CBHT-DT is a television station in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, broadcasting on local digital channel 39 and virtual channel 3.1 and branded CBC Nova Scotia. Founded in 1954, it is owned and operated by CBC (Canadian Broadcasting Corporation), a government commercial television network.
CBC Nova Scotia broadcasts national newscasts from the CBC as well as locally produced newscasts. Although it airs some United States network entertainment programs, the majority of its schedule is comprised of television series produced by the CBC.
CKLT-DT is a television station in Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada, broadcasting on local digital channel 9 and virtual channel 9.1. Founded in 1969, it is owned by Bell Media and branded CTV Atlantic (Saint John). CKLT-DT is affiliated with CTV (Canadian Television), a Canadian conventional commercial television network.
CTV Atlantic airs local newscasts and CTV national newscasts as well as current television series from both the United States and Canadian networks. CKLT is a part of CTV's Maritimes system, considered a semi-satellite of CKCW CTV Atlantic (Moncton), with programming from CJCH CTV Atlantic (Halifax) and news from CKCW TV Atlantic.
The Shopping Channel is a cable and satellite television station from MIssissagua, Ontario, Canada providing Shopping shows. Also known as TSC, The Shopping Channel produces and airs infomercials.
tsc shopping channel As with most home shopping channels, the products are mainly aimed at a female audience, though some products target males as well. Products include those from such categories as fashion, beauty, home and garden, and electronics.
Amazing Discoveries is a non-profit organization whose mission is to expose deceptions and affirm truth in the areas of science and creation, current world events, Bible Prophecy, the music world, health and nutrition.
The variety of speakers provide uplifting, eye-opening presentations for your spiritual and educational edification.
TSN - TSN is a television channel on TSN Network in Toronto, Ontario, Canada providing Sports programming.
The Sports Network (TSN) is a Canadian English language sports specialty channel.
Established by the Labatt Brewing Company in 1984 as part of the first group of Canadian specialty cable channels,since 2001, TSN has been majority-owned by communications conglomerate BCE Inc.
(presently through its broadcasting subsidiary Bell Media) with a minority stake held by ESPN Inc. via a 20% share in the Bell Media subsidiary CTV Specialty Television.
TSN is the largest specialty channel in Canada in terms of gross revenue, with a total of $400.4 million in revenue in 2013.
CBOT-DT is a full service television station in Ottaw, Ontario, Canada broadcasting on local digital UHF channel 25. It is an affiliate of CBC (Canadian Broadcasting Corporation) Television provides a complete 24-hour network schedule of news, sports, entertainment and children's programming. The station's studios are located in the CBC Ottawa Broadcast Centre.
As the third television station in Canada, CBOT began broadcasting on June 2, 1953. CBOT aired both English language and French language programs until the launch of Télévision de Radio-Canada station CBOFT in Otttawa. From late 1970s to the early 1980s, CBOT was branded as "CBC 4 Ottawa", and its newscasts were known as "CBC 4 News". In the mid-1980s the station changed names to "CBOT 4", and then to "CBC Ottawa".