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Toronto is the largest city in Canada and the capital of the Province of Ontario. In the 2006 Canadian census, the city's population is 2,503,281 and its census metropolitan area (CMA) has a population of 5,113,149.[1] This makes it the fifth largest city in North America, and has a population larger than some Canadian provinces. With such a size the city is a leader in Canadian industry, business and banking, communications, media, education, and health care. Toronto also has a strong tourism industry with numerous recreational and historical attractions, such as the CN Tower, the Casa Loma, the Distillery District, Chinatown, Center Island, Toronto Harbour, the Art Gallery of Ontario, the Royal Ontario Museum, the National Children's Museum, the Ontario Portrait Gallery, and many more.

Toronto was known as York until 1831. The current mayor is Rob Ford.

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Toronto Sports Franchises

Media

AM Radio

  • 590 - CJCL (Sports)
  • 680 - CFTR (News)
  • 740 - CFZM (Adult standards)
  • 860 - CJBC (Radio-Canada Première Chaîne; French)
  • 1010 - CFRB (News/talk)
  • 1050 - CHUM (Sports)
  • 1430 - CHKT (Multicultural)
  • 1540 - CHIN (Multicultural)
  • 1610 - CHHA (Community radio; Spanish)
  • 1690 - CHTO (Multicultural)

FM Radio

  • 88.1 - CIND (Independent rock)
  • 88.9 - CIRV (Multicultural)
  • 89.5 - CIUT (College radio)
  • 90.3 - CJBC (Radio-Canada Espace musique; French)
  • 91.1 - CJRT (Jazz)
  • 92.5 - CKIS (Top 40)
  • 93.5 - CFXJ (Urban music)
  • 94.1 - CBL (CBC Radio 2)
  • 96.3 - CFMZ (Classical music)
  • 96.9 - CKHC (College radio)
  • 97.3 - CHBM (Adult hits)
  • 98.1 - CHFI (Adult contemporary)
  • 98.7 - CKFG (Multicultural)
  • 99.1 - CBLA (CBC Radio One)
  • 99.9 - CKFM (Top 40)
  • 100.7 - CHIN (Multicultural)
  • 101.3 - CJSA (Multicultural)
  • 103.9 - CIRR (Community radio)
  • 104.5 - CHUM (Hot adult contemporary)
  • 105.1 - CHOQ (Community radio; French)
  • 105.5 - CHRY (College radio)
  • 106.5 - CKAV (Aboriginal Voices)
  • 107.1 - CILQ (Classic rock)

Television

  • 3.1 - CKVR (CTV Two; licenced to Barrie)
  • 5.1 - CBLT (CBC)
  • 9.1 - CFTO (CTV)
  • 11.1 - CHCH (Independent; licenced to Hamilton)
  • 19.1 - CICA (TVOntario; educational)
  • 25.1 - CBLFT (Radio-Canada; French)
  • 36.1 - CITS (Crossroads Television; Christian)
  • 41.1 - CIII (Global TV)
  • 47.1 - CFMT (OMNI; multicultural)
  • 57.1 - CITY (Citytv)
  • 69.1 - CJMT (OMNI; multicultural)


References

  1. 2006 Canadian Census

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