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1954 in Canadian television

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List of years in Canadian television

This is a list of Canadian television-related events in 1954.

Notable events

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  • CBWT, Winnipeg's CBC Television-Radio Canada Television station debuts May 31, 1954.

Births

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Greg Matthew

Television shows

Debuts

Endings

  • Pépinot et Capucine (1952-1954, SRC)

Programs on-air this year

CBC

SRC

  • Pépinot et Capucine (1952-1954)

Television stations

Date Market Station Channel Affiliation Source
January 10 Montreal, Quebec CBMT 6 CBC Television (O&O, primary)
Paramount TV Net. (secondary)
March 1 Kitchener, Ontario CKCO-TV 13 CBC Television
March 22 Fredericton, New Brunswick CHSJ-TV 4 Independent
May 31 Winnipeg, Manitoba CBWT 4 CBC Television (O&O, primary)
Paramount TV Net. (secondary)
[1]
June 7 Hamilton/Toronto, Ontario CHCH-TV 11 CBC Television [2]
July 28 Regina, Saskatchewan CKCK-TV 2 CBC Television (primary)
CBS (secondary)
[3]
August 16 Pembroke/Ottawa, Ontario CHOV-TV 5 CBC Television
September 16 Windsor, Ontario CKLW-TV 9 CBC Television (primary)
DuMont Television Network (secondary)
[4]
October 4 Thunder Bay, Ontario CFPA-TV 2 CBC Television
October 8 Calgary, Alberta CHCT-TV 2 CBC Television
October 9 Sydney, Nova Scotia CJCB-TV 4 CBC Television [5]
October 25 Edmonton, Alberta CFRN-TV 3 CBC Television
November 21 Rimouski, Quebec CJBR-TV 3 Radio-Canada [6]
November 30 Moncton, New Brunswick CKCW-TV 2 CBC Television
December 5 Saskatoon, Saskatchewan CFQC-TV 8
December 18 Kingston, Ontario CKWS-TV 11
December 20 Halifax, Nova Scotia CBHT 3 CBC Television (O&O) [7]

References

  1. ^ Henry, Ann (June 1, 1954). “Two Years of Plans Pay Off”. The Winnipeg Tribune, p. 1.
  2. ^ https://www.broadcasting-history.ca/listing_and_histories/television/chch-dt
  3. ^ "CKCK-TV Station History by the Canadian Communications Foundation". Archived from the original on 2010-08-20. Retrieved 2019-02-07.
  4. ^ 2010 Broadcasting Yearbook, page B-123.
  5. ^ Dulmage, Bill (December 2011). “Nova Scotia, CBHT-DT (CBC-TV), Halifax, Canadian Broadcasting Corp.” Archived 2012-12-26 at WebCite. Television Station History. Toronto: Canadian Communications Foundation. Archived from the original on 2012-12-26. Retrieved 2012-12-27.
  6. ^ “CJBR-TV Station History” Archived 2007-09-30 at the Wayback Machine. Retrieved February 2, 2019.
  7. ^ Dulmage, Bill (October 2012). “Nova Scotia, CBHT-DT (CBC-TV), Halifax, Canadian Broadcasting Corp.” Archived 2012-12-26 at WebCite. Television Station History. Toronto: Canadian Communications Foundation. Archived from the original on 2012-12-26. Retrieved 2012-12-27.
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