When John Tory was head of Rogers Cable, a job he handled with great aplomb, he supported the growth of third-language television services. Known as the "ethnic services" in CRTC-speak, he grew the carriage of the popular Asian Television Network (Indian languages) and Fairchild TV (Cantonese) among others. He was also a strong supporter of the Rogers-owned OMNI, the multilingual station, then only operating out of Toronto. He believed in the need to provide those services, but also
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