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2006 in Canadian Television

This is a list of Canadian television related events from 2006.

Events

Date Event
March 21 Cable channel talktv is rebranded as MTV.
April 2 Mathieu Baron and Stéphanie Bélanger win the second season of Loft Story.
June 1 Cable channel Prime is rebranded as TVtropolis.
July 12 CTVglobemedia announces a $1.7 billion takeover offer for CHUM Limited.
September 17 Eva Avila is named the winner of Canadian Idol's Season 4.
September 21 CTV mistakenly airs Episode 3-02 of Grey's Anatomy in place of the season premiere.
November 4 2006 Gemini Awards.
December 3 Jean-Philippe Anwar and Kim Rusk win season 3 of Loft Story.

Debuts

Ending this year

Television shows

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TV movies & miniseries

Television stations

Debuts

Date Market Station Channel Affiliation Notes/References
February 6 Winnipeg, Manitoba CIIT-TV 35 Crossroads Television System [1]
March 17 Leamington, Ontario CFTV-DT 34 Community Independent [2]
March 28 Fredericton, New Brunswick Legislative Assembly of New Brunswick Television Service (cable-only) Government-access independent
November 1 St. Andrews, New Brunswick CHCO-TV 26 Community Independent Over-the-air relaunch of the local community channel[3]

Network affiliation changes

Date Market Station Channel Old affiliation New affiliation References
Unknown Bellingham, Washington (USA)
(Vancouver, British Columbia)
KBCB 24 ImaginAsian ShopNBC

References

  1. ^ "CIIT-DT Station History". Canadian Communications Foundation. Retrieved February 12, 2019.
  2. ^ "CFTV-DT Station History". Canadian Communications Foundation. Retrieved February 12, 2019.
  3. ^ "CHCO-DT Station History". Canadian Communications Foundation. Retrieved February 12, 2019.

See also

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