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1980s Edit

Sign-on Edit

CBLT sign on 1988

CBLT sign on 1988

Good morning. This is CBLT in Toronto, an owned and operated station of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, with a picture signal strength of 77,000 watts and a sound signal strength of 7,500 watts. Our principal transmitter is on top of the CN Tower, with repeat transmitters at Wawa, White River, Hornepayne, Manitouwadge, Beardmore, and Geraldton. Our programming begins today with _______________________, coming up next on

CBLT 5 Sign on Sunday Morning 1987

CBLT 5 Sign on Sunday Morning 1987

channel 5,/This is CBLT in Toronto, channel 5, cable 6.

Sign-off Edit

CBLT Toronto 5 sign-off 1986

CBLT Toronto 5 sign-off 1986

This is CBLT-TV Toronto channel 5, cable 6, an owned and operated station of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, with a picture signal strength of 77,000 watts and a sound signal of 7,500 watts. We would like to hear from you about our programming. Please write to the program director, CBLT, 500 Church Street, Toronto, M4Y 2C6. This concludes our programming for today. Good night.

1990s Edit

Sign-off Edit

CBC CBLT Sign Off (1990)

CBC CBLT Sign Off (1990)

Good evening. This is CBLT in Toronto, an owned and operated station of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, with a picture signal strength of 77,000 watts and a sound signal strength of 7,500 watts. Our principal transmitter is on top of the CN Tower, which broadcast in metropolitan Toronto and adjacent areas. Repeat transmitters extend our broadcast area to include Wawa, White River, Hornepayne, Manitouwadge, Beardmore, and Geraldton. If you have any comments or suggestions about our programs, please address them to CBLT, CBC Toronto, in care of the program director, Post Office Box 500, Station A, Toronto, Ontario. The postal code is M5W 1E6. We hope you've enjoyed today's programming. And now, our national anthem.

Late 1990s and 2000s (CBC Ontario) Edit

Sign-off Edit

We hope you have enjoyed today's programming on CBC. The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation is proud to serve the communities of Barrie, Beardmore, Chatham, Geraldton, Hornpayne, Huntsville, Kitchener and Paris, London, Manitouwadge, Marathon, Normandale, Owen Sound, Parry Sound, Sarnia, Toronto, Wawa, White River, and Wingham. The CBC broadcasting Center is located at 250 Front Street West and public tours can be arranged by calling 416-205-8605. If you wish to comment about programming on the CBC, or to inquire about attending live tapings of our shows, please contact audience relations by phone at 416-205-3700, or by mail at the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, post office box 500, station A, Toronto, Ontario, M5W 1E6. The CBC internet homepage address is www.cbc.ca. We hope you have enjoyed today's programming on CBC. Good night from CBC.