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The CTV Television Network is a Canadian broadcast network that is owned by Bell Media. It is one of four broadcast networks in Canada, alongside CBC Television, Global Television Network, and the semi-national CTV Two (previously A-Channel), which is also owned by CTVglobemedia.

CTV was the co-producer and chief broadcaster of Corner Gas. Each new episode premiered on CTV on a Monday night, from its debut on January 22, 2004, to it series finale on April 13, 2009.

In addition to Corner Gas, CTV also simultaneously co-produced a comedy-drama anthology called Robson Arms, which featured Corner Gas co-stars Gabrielle Miller (Lacey Burrows) and Fred Ewanuick (Hank Yarbo).

Most of CTV's programming consists of American shows, such as Nip/Tuck, The Colbert Report, Desperate Housewives, Grey's Anatomy, and Law & Order.

The network's flagship newscast is the nightly CTV National News, anchored by Lisa LaFlamme, who began anchoring the show on September 5, 2011, following the retirement of Lloyd Robertson four days earlier.

CTV is also Canada's broadcaster of the Super Bowl, and also aired the 2010 Winter Olympics, which took place in Vancouver, and the network will also air the 2012 Summer Olympics in London, England.

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