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The following is a list of events affecting Canadian television in 1963. Events listed include television show debuts, finales, cancellations, and channel launches, closures and rebrandings.
- April 8 –
- May 10—The 1963 Canadian Film Awards.
- November 22—CBC Television breaks the news of the assassination of John F. Kennedy.
- Debut of Hinterland Who's Who.
|The Littlest Hobo||syndication||September 24|
|The Forest Rangers||CBC Television||December|
|Elwood Glover's Luncheon Date||Unknown|
|Ballads and Bards||CBC Television||29 June 1963|
- Country Canada (1954–2007)
- CBC News Magazine (1952–1981)
- Chez Hélène (1959–1973)
- Circle 8 Ranch (1955–1978)
- Don Messer's Jubilee (1957–1969)
- The Friendly Giant (1958–1985)
- Hockey Night in Canada (1952–present)
- The National (1954–present)
- Front Page Challenge (1957–1995)
- Wayne and Shuster Show (1958–1989)
- 20/20 (1962-1967)
- A Kin to Win (1961-1964)
- CTV National News (1961–present)
- Flashback (game show) (1962-1968)
- Music Hop (1962–1972)
- The Nature of Things (1960–present, scientific documentary series)
- People in Conflict (1962–1970)
- The Pierre Berton Show (1962-1973)
- Razzle Dazzle (1961-1966)
- Reach for the Top (1961–1985)
- Scarlett Hill (1962-1964)
- Singalong Jubilee (1961–1974)
- Take 30 (1962–1983)
- Take a Chance (1961-1965)
- Telepoll (1961-1965)
- To Tell the Truth (1962-1964)
|April 14||Saguenay, Quebec||CJPM-TV||6||Independent|
|Unknown||Cornwall, Ontario||CJSS-TV||8||CBC Television||Later became a rebroadcaster of Ottawa CTV O&O CJOH-TV|
- "John F. Kennedy slain in Dallas". CBC Digital Archives. 2014. Retrieved June 13, 2014.
- "Hinterland Who's Who beaver vignette found in CBC Archives". CBC News. July 29, 2013. Retrieved July 29, 2013.
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