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Bite TV
A youth oriented channel that broadcasts short form programming including comedy, videography and gaming, animation, music, professional and amateur productions. BiteTV is an interactive television ch...
Comedy Network
Broadcasts an eclectic mix of uncut and uncensored stand-up, sketch, improv, and animated comedy as well as topical comedy talk shows, game shows and classic situation comedies. 72% of programming is ...
Family Channel
Service marketed to children and teenagers. It is similar to the American TV channel Disney Channel and airs their original programs.
Movieola
The world's first short film movie channel. Films that air on Movieola come from all genres including comedy, drama, animation, and more; with films ranging from 30 seconds to 40 minutes in length.

Government Ministries & Agencies

National Film Board
Canada#s public film producer and distributor.


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