Legislature Broadcaster - List of Legislative Broadcasters - North & South America

North & South America

Area Channel Legislature & Chambers
Canada CPAC House of Commons, Senate of Canada
British Columbia Hansard TV Legislative Assembly of British Columbia
New Brunswick Legislative Assembly of New Brunswick Television Service Legislative Assembly of New Brunswick
Newfoundland and Labrador House of Assembly Channel Newfoundland and Labrador House of Assembly
Nova Scotia Legislative Television Legislative Assembly of Nova Scotia
Ontario Ontario Parliament Network Legislative Assembly of Ontario
Quebec Canal de l'Assemblée nationale National Assembly of Quebec
Saskatchewan Saskatchewan Legislative Network Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan
Yukon CHLA-FM (defunct) Yukon Legislative Assembly
United States C-SPAN United States House of Representatives, United States Senate
Trinidad and Tobago The Parliament Channel House of Representatives, Senate
Brazil TV Senado Brazilian Senate
TV Câmara Brazilian Chamber of Deputies
Venezuela ANTV National Assembly of Venezuela
Peru Canal Congreso de la Republica Congress of Peru

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