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Television in Canada has many individual stations and networks and systems.
|Television Network||Founded||Type of Network||Language||# of Owned and Operated Stations||# of Private Affiliates|
|CBC||1952 *||Commercial Network (Gov't-Owned)||English||16||7|
|SRC||1952||Commercial Network (Gov't-Owned)||French||14||2|
|APTN||1988||Commercial Network, Multicultural||Multicultural||3, many rebroadcast transmitters||None|
Defunct television systems
(*) Although the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation was founded in 1932, it did not begin television transmissions until 1952.
(**) CITY-TV launched in 1978. CKVU-TV adopted the moniker in 2002, and the former Craig Media stations also adopted the Citytv moniker when they were bought in 2005.
(***) CFMT-TV launched in 1979. CJMT-TV launched in 2002. CHNU-TV (NOW TV) was bought in 2005, and CIIT-TV was purchased before it went on the air, in February, 2006.