Moffat Communications

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Moffat Communications was a Canadian cable and broadcasting company. Privately owned by the Moffat family, the company was based in Winnipeg, Manitoba. The company owned the following media businesses in Canada and the United States:

In the 1990s Moffat divested itself of radio stations CKXL, CKY and CITI to Rogers Communications, CHED and CKNG to Western International Communications, CHAB to Golden West Broadcasting and CKLG and CFOX to Shaw Cablesystems. In 2001 the company was sold to Shaw Communications who spun off CKLG and CFOX-FM to Corus Entertainment, which resold CKY-TV to Bell Globemedia, and WTN to Corus Entertainment.