Aim Pay-TV Corp.

Aim was a general interest English language service licensed as a regional Pay-TV channel for BC and Yukon in 1982.[1] Aim never launched their service and eventually sold their assets to Allarcom Pay-TV in early 1984.[2] Allarcom Pay-TV was permitted to run Superchannel on an intern basis until they could launch a regional service for BC and Yukon. In August 1984, Allarcom Pay-TV consolidated Aim and Ontario Independent Pay Television until a single operation and as of September 1, 1984 Allarcom agreed to operate Superchannel as a regional Pay channel servicing the western provinces (Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, British Columbia ) and both territories (Northwest Territories, Yukon).[3]


  1. Citation needed
  2. "ARCHIVED - Decision CRTC 84-2"
  3. "- Decision CRTC 84-654"
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