CHEX-TV-2 is a privately owned television station serving the Durham Regional Municipality of Ontario, Canada that is licensed to Oshawa and is an affiliate of CBC Television. It broadcasts a low-powered analogue signal on UHF channel 22 from a transmitter near on Enfield Road/Highway 34 in Clarington.

Owned by Corus Entertainment, its studios are located on Simcoe Street just north of King Street in Downtown Oshawa. This station can also be seen on Rogers Cable channel 12 in Oshawa (since the station is carried on cable channel 12 in Oshawa, it is branded on-air as Channel 12 Durham) and digital channel 129 in the Greater Toronto Area.

The station's affiliation with CBC Television is despite the fact the Durham region is within the broadcast area of the network's Toronto owned-and-operated station CBLT-DT. Although operating as a separate station from Peterborough sister station CHEX-TV, it retains the CHEX-TV-2 callsign used when the station operated as a rebroadcaster of CHEX.

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CHEX-TV-2 - Digital Television and High Definition
... serving part of the Greater Toronto Area, as an Oshawa-licensed station, CHEX-TV-2 was not required to participate in the August 31, 2011 digital switch for major markets, and thus is now the last ... its primary coverage area, it is not clear whether a similar feed yet exists for CHEX-TV-2 ... distributed by any of the out-of-market service providers which carry either CHEX or CHEX-TV-2 ...