News broadcasting in Canada has a rich history.
The Growth of news broadcasting in Canada
Learn about the dawn of news broadcasting in Canada, from Reginald Fessenden's first radio broadcast in 1900 to Frank Willis' 5-minute broadcasts in 1936 from the scene of a Nova Scotia mine disaster. Includes audio from Andy McDermott, interviewed by Ken Bambrick.
News Broadcasting in depth
- National Election Campaigns
- National Special Events
- Parliamentary Coverage
- Radio News Services & Station Groups
- Television Networks
- Canadian Broadcasters who have moved to the United States
Unique Stories of the 20th Century
There have been a number of unique news stories in Canada's history. We've collected a few of them below: