Now That Is What I Call Braking News ! 


Breaking News

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Toronto, Canada CP 24 News 

 A woman telephoned her local newspaper to let them know that she had just given birth to eighteen children. 

The reporter didn’t quite hear the message and said, “Would you repeat that?” 

“Not if I can help it,” replied the woman.

Interesting Fact: The channel was licensed by the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) in 1996 as Pulse 24,[1] and launched on March 30, 1998 as CablePulse 24, under the ownership of CHUM Limited and minority partner Sun Media, owner of the Toronto Sun daily newspaper. The channel was named as an extension of CITY-TV’s newscasts, which were then known as CityPulse. For the first 10 years after its inception, CP24’s programming was anchored and featured reports from Citytv personalities, live CityPulse news broadcasts were immediately repeated on CP24 after their initial broadcast on CITY-TV (except for breaking news coverage), and special coverage was simulcast between the channel and the television station. Select programming from other CHUM stations would also be featured on the channel including The NewMusic and Fashion Television. ( )


    • I am really glad to see that, hope the people you tell it to will enjoy it as much as you did. Thank you very much for stopping by and checking out my work. Happy Blogging! 🙂

  1. I’d forgotten about that CP24 new truck. I spent a lot of time in Toronto a few years back and saw that a few times; probably have a photo somewhere. Thanks for the memory 🙂

    • It is really cool I like how the wheels are spinning on the truck. I am so happy to see that my post broth you back so memories. Thank you very much for stopping by and sharing with us. Happy Blogging! 🙂

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