Beginning December 4, 1965, TV Guide split some of its editions listing both American and Canadian stations. An article called The Canadian Report was then launched in those editions sold primarily or solely in Canada. The Canadian edition of TV Guide split off on its own in January, 1977. On November 5, 2005, all remaining editions of TV Guide were consolidated to two editions, one for Eastern Canada and one for Western Canada. The print edition of TV Guide ended after the issue dated November 25, 2006, though the publication continues as a web magazine, with occasional print specials sold at newsstands.
There were no TV Guide editions for Newfoundland and Labrador, or for the northern territories. Some communities, such as Dawson Creek, Terrace, British Columbia, and Thunder Bay, also had no TV Guide coverage. TV listings in these regions were usually provided by local newspapers and/or local magazines. One such example is the Newfoundland Herald, which features TV listings for the province, plus entertainment news and light features.
TV Guide editions sold in Quebec are generally limited to Anglophone communities, and featured only local listings for Montreal, Sherbrooke, and/or Ottawa. TV Guide's francophone counterpart is TV Hebdo, which features television listings for most stations in Quebec and the Ottawa Valley. Published by Quebecor Media, it is still in publication today.
|Province||Edition||Dates in existence||TV market availability|
|Alberta||Montana-Alberta||1962-November 27, 1965||Despite the title, the only Montana stations listed here were those of Great Falls; this edition also listed Calgary, Edmonton, Lethbridge, Medicine Hat and Red Deer. (Split into separate Alberta and Montana editions)|
|Alberta||from December 4, 1965||ditto|
|Calgary||at least 1993-1996||Calgary, Red Deer|
|Calgary-Edmonton||at least by 1998||Calgary, Edmonton, Medicine Hat, Lethbridge, Red Deer (two different versions were produced, one for Calgary, the other for Edmonton)|
|Calgary-Southern Alberta||at least 1999||Calgary, Red Deer, Medicine Hat, Lethbridge|
|Edmonton Cable||at least 1999||Edmonton, Lloydminster|
|British Columbia||Western British Columbia||from 1965||Vancouver, Victoria|
|Eastern British Columbia||from 1972||Kamloops, Kelowna, Prince George|
|Greater Vancouver Rogers||at least by 1993||Vancouver, Victoria|
|Manitoba||Manitoba||from 1979||Winnipeg, Brandon|
|Manitoba-Saskatchewan||1965-1979||Winnipeg, Brandon, Regina, Saskatoon, Moose Jaw, Prince Albert, Yorkton, Swift Current|
Prince Edward Island
|Maritimes||1976-||Saint John, Moncton, Halifax, Sydney, Charlottetown, Rimouski (Quebec)|
|Ontario||Cancom||at least by the early 1990s||Timmins, Sudbury (except the cities of Sudbury and Elliot Lake), North Bay, Sault Ste. Marie (despite the Cancom name, edition primarily served northeastern Ontario)|
|Central Ontario||at least by 2002||Toronto, Hamilton, Kitchener, Niagara Falls, Peterborough, Wingham, Barrie|
|Eastern Ontario||from 1983||Ottawa, Kingston, Pembroke (cable chart also mentions Rouyn-Noranda and Val-d'Or, though this edition had no listings for local channels in those cities)|
|Hamilton and Region||from 1986||Hamilton, Kitchener, Brantford|
|Lake Ontario||at least 1955-1965||Toronto, Hamilton, Kitchener, Buffalo, Rochester, Syracuse, Watertown, Kingston, Peterborough, Wingham, London (This edition was also sold in the US, in the Buffalo and Rochester markets)|
|Northern Ontario Cable||at least by 1999||Timmins, Sudbury, North Bay|
|Oshawa-Peterborough||from 1986||Toronto (Durham Region), Peterborough|
|Sudbury-Elliot Lake||at least in 1996||Sudbury (Sudbury and Elliot Lake areas)|
|Toronto||from 1986||Toronto, Kitchener, Peterborough, Barrie|
|Toronto-Lake Ontario||1965-1986||Toronto, Hamilton, Kitchener, Niagara Falls, Peterborough, Barrie, Buffalo, Rochester|
|Toronto-Peterborough||at least by 1996||Toronto, Kitchener, Peterborough, Barrie|
|Toronto-Rogers Cable||at least by 1992||Toronto|
|Western Ontario||from 1965||London, Windsor, Wingham|
|Quebec||Montreal||from 1983||Montreal, Sherbrooke, Trois-Rivières|
|Montreal-St. Lawrence||at least 1959-1983||Montreal, Ottawa, Kingston, Sherbrooke, Burlington-Plattsburgh (until 1975 this edition was also sold in the US, in the Burlington-Plattsburgh market)|
|Saskatchewan||Saskatchewan||from 1979||Regina, Saskatoon, Moose Jaw, Prince Albert, Yorkton, Swift Current|
Note: Market availability refers to the TV markets in which a particular edition was available. Many editions also contained listings for other markets in which they were not available. For example, New York City listings appeared in many adjacent editions, although only the New York Metropolitan Edition was ever available in New York City.
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