1991 in Canadian television

This is a list of Canadian television related events from 1991.

List of years in Canadian television

EventsEdit

Date Event
March 3 12th Genie Awards.
Juno Awards of 1991.
March 26 Babar begins airing in the Republic of Ireland on RTÉ Two (as Network 2) as part of the long running children's block The Den.
June 6 The long running music video series for children Hit List starts on YTV.

DebutsEdit

Show Station Premiere Date
Hit List YTV June 6
Northwood CBC Television September 11
Bookmice TVOntario October 1
African Skies Family October 11
The Red Green Show Global/CBC Television Unknown

Ending this yearEdit

Show Station Cancelled
Degrassi High CBC Television January 28
My Secret Identity CTV May 25
The Comedy Mill CHCH-TV Unknown

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Television stationsEdit

DebutsEdit

Date Market Station Channel Affiliation Notes/References
March 11 Victoria, British Columbia Hansard TV (cable-only) Independent Launched as the broadcaster of the Legislative Assembly of British Columbia, available province-wide
Unknown Halifax, Nova Scotia Legislative Television (cable-only) Government-access Independent A province-wide broadcaster of the Legislative Assembly of Nova Scotia
Saskatchewan Communications Network (SCN) (cable-only) A province-wide educational independent television service

ClosuresEdit

Date Market Station Channel Affiliation Notes
January 1 Sydney, Nova Scotia CBIT-TV 5 CBC (O&O) Became a rebroadcaster of CBHT-TV/Halifax, permanent shut down on July 31, 2012.
February 22 Labrador City, Newfoundland and Labrador CBNLT 13 CBC (O&O) Became a rebroadcaster of St. John's-based CBNT-TV, permanent shut down on July 31, 2012.
October 8 Happy Valley-Goose Bay, Newfoundland and Labrador CFLA-TV 8
Unknown Schefferville, Quebec CFKL-TV 7 CBC/Radio-Canada Became CBSET-1, a rebroadcaster of CBSET/Sept-Îles, a semi-satellite of CBMT/Montreal; permanent shut down on July 31, 2012.

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