As part of City’s expanded coverage of the recent floods, Breakfast Television morning shows in Calgary and Edmonton will broadcast a special Alberta edition tomorrow (Friday, June 28) from 5:30 a.m. to 9 a.m. MT on City. Later in the day, City will air Alberta Rebuilds, a one-hour prime-time special airing at 7 p.m. MT, honouring the unsung heroes of the floods.

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City’s television morning shows Breakfast Television Calgary and Breakfast Television Edmonton will join forces to broadcast a special Alberta edition of Breakfast Television all next week to viewers in both cities beginning Monday, June 24 from 5:30 a.m. to 9 a.m. MT as part of the stations’ extensive coverage of the recent floods in Calgary and communities in Southern Alberta.

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City asks its audiences to join them on Friday, June 21 to help create a world of difference during the 8th annual Herbie Day celebration in Yonge-Dundas Square. Founded in 1979,the Herbie Fund helps children from around the world receive life-altering and life-saving surgeries at The Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto. Live coverage ofHerbie Day festivities begins at 7 a.m.ET on Breakfast Television,continues on CityNews at Five at 5 p.m. ETand wraps up with the grand total of donations at CityNews at Six at 6 p.m.ET with anchor Gord Martineau.

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Comedy is king on City with an impressive five 2013 Canadian Comedy Awards nominations. City original comedy seriesSeed accumulated five nominations overall, including “Best TV Show,” and three nods for “Best Writing in a TV or Web Series.” Fierce female lead Carrie-Lynn Neales’s portrayal of the sweet – and neurotic – Rose delivered a nomination for “Best Female Performance in a TV or Web Series.” And ahead of her debut on City’s buzz-worthy new fall series Super Fun Night,alongside fearless female comedian Rebel Wilson,Canadian comicLauren Ash earned a nomination for “Canadian Comedy Person of the Year.”

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Cityline – Canada’s longest-running daytime show for women – continues to deliver engaging content to viewers into the summer months with an exclusive one-on-one in-studio interview with Sex and the City star Kristin Davis. As the only program to secure a coveted sit-down with the Golden Globe® nominated star, Cityline’s Tracy Moore talks to Davis about her charity work, her daughter Gemma Rose who she adopted in 2011, and the adventures of motherhood. Catch the special Cityline in-studio exclusive tomorrow - Wednesday, June 12 at 9 a.m. ET/PT only on City.

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