|Country of origin||Canada|
|Original network||CHRO-TV (1997-2011)
A (1990s to 2009)
|Followed by||CTV Morning Live|
|Related shows||A News|
A Morning (formerly New Day, Breakfast at The New RO in the case of Ottawa, and A-Channel Morning) is a morning television show that aired on Canada's CHRO-TV in Ottawa and formerly aired on the other stations in the A system (except for A Atlantic).
Due to severe financial issues, as of March 4, 2009, only one edition of A Morning aired, namely the one at CHRO-TV Ottawa. The versions in Barrie and London were cancelled outright, with the timeslot filled by encores of the previous day's late news, while the Victoria edition was replaced with a simulcast of CFAX 1070's morning show.
A Atlantic continued to produce its own morning program, Breakfast Television. Following the re-launch of A as CTV Two on August 29, 2011 and the re-alignment of the stations' news operations with the CTV News branding, both Breakfast Television in the Atlantic and A Morning in Ottawa were re-branded as CTV Morning Live.
Following the program's cancellation a mere six months later, CKVR currently airs 6 repeats of the previous evening's 11:00 p.m. newscasts between 6 a.m. and 9 a.m.
- Host: Lianne Laing, Jeff Hopper
- News Anchor/Reporter: Annette Goerner
- Weather: Melissa Lamb
- Live Eye Reporter: Sarah Freemark
- Local Reporter: Lois Lee
CIVI's A Morning in Victoria relaunched on September 8, 2008. CIVI previously aired a local A-Channel Morning, anchored by Bruce Williams, from its launch in 2001 until its cancellation of in 2006 when CTVglobemedia announced it would takeover CHUM Limited. During the time the show was cancelled, a rebroadcast of the previous evenings A-Channel News at 5 and 6 was shown in its timeslot.
CIVI has replaced the morning show with a simulcast of Bell Media's radio station in Victoria CFAX.
Morning show presentation
- CTV press release, March 3, 2009
- Local t-v station announces recession-related programming change, CFAX, March 3, 2009
- "Bell Media's /A\ Network to Become "CTV Two" This Fall". Bell Media Media Centre. Retrieved 30 May 2011.
- CHRO-TV Morning Show renamed CTV Morning including there News which will be known as CTV NEWS Archived November 22, 2011, at the Wayback Machine.