|National Capital Region|
|City of license||Ottawa, Ontario|
|Slogan||Ici comme dans la vie|
|Channels||Digital: 9 (VHF)
Virtual: 9.1 (PSIP)
|First air date||June 24, 1955|
|Call letters' meaning||Canadian
|Sister station(s)||CBOT-DT, CBOF-FM, CBOX-FM|
|Former callsigns||CBOFT (1955-2011)|
|Former channel number(s)||9 (Analog, 1955-2011)
22 (Digital, 200?-2011)
|Former affiliations||TVA (secondary, 1977-1978)|
|Transmitter power||3.5 kW|
CBOFT-DT is the Télévision de Radio-Canada owned-and-operated television station serving Franco-Ontarians in Eastern Ontario and the Québécois in the Outaouais region of Quebec, that is licensed to Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. It broadcasts a high-definition digital signal on VHF channel 9 from a transmitter on the Ryan Tower at Camp Fortune in Gatineau, Quebec.
Owned by the Société Radio-Canada arm of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, it is sister to CBC Television station CBOT-DT and both stations share studios at the CBC Ottawa Broadcast Centre on Sparks Street in Downtown Ottawa, alongside the main corporate offices of the CBC. This station can also be seen on Rogers Cable channel 5 and digital channel 601 and in high definition on digital channel 602.
CBOFT went to air in 1955 as the first French-language television station in Ontario. Previously, CBOT aired both CBC and Radio-Canada programs.
For a brief time during 1977 and 1978, until CHOT opened, CBOFT also carried some TVA programs, after Ottawa's first TVA affiliate, CFVO-TV (whose channel 30 frequency is now occupied by CIVO) went bankrupt.
Due to cost-cutting measures at the CBC in the early 1990s, local programming on Toronto's CBLFT and its rebroadcasters, as well as CBLFT semi-satellite CBEFT in Windsor was discontinued in 1991. All Radio-Canada transmitters in Ontario were reclassified as rebroadcasters of CBOFT, under the name "[Societé] Radio-Canada Ontario-Outaouais". The station produced two distinct newscasts through the 1990s and 2000s, one for the Ottawa region and one for the remainder of Ontario.
In 2010, the CBC applied to the CRTC to have CBLFT relicensed as a separate station, which would again produce a separate newscast for broadcast in most of the province outside of CBOFT's market. The application was approved on April 28, 2010, leading to CBLFT resuming newscast production from Toronto, and most of the network's transmitters in Ontario, outside of the Ottawa region, reassigned to CBLFT's license. Following this split in the network, CBOFT and its Quebec transmitters became "Radio-Canada Ottawa-Gatineau", while most other Ontario transmitters became part of the "Radio-Canada Ontario" network.
Prior to the arrival of the Ottawa Senators NHL team, the station would broadcast the Montreal Canadiens games on Saturday nights, while the English counterpart, CBOT, would carry the Toronto Maple Leafs games during the Saturday Hockey Night in Canada slot.
News team 
Current on-air staff 
- Daniel Bouchard - weekends at 6 p.m.; also reporter
- Michel Picard - weeknights at 6 p.m.
- Nathalie Tremblay - weekdays at noon
- Denis Babin - Hawkesbury reporter
- Elise Brunet - general assignment reporter
- Cindy Demontigny - general assignment reporter
- Frédérica Dupuis - general assignment reporter
- Mathieu Nadon - general assignment reporter
- Réné Petit - general assignment reporter
- Michel-Denis Potvin - general assignment reporter
- Mélanie Riendeau - entertainment reporter
Due to federal funding reductions to the CBC, in April 2012, the CBC responded with substantial budget cuts, which included shutting down CBC's and Radio-Canada's remaining analog transmitters on July 31, 2012.
None of CBC or Radio-Canada's rebroadcasters were converted to digital.
- Radio-Canada Ottawa-Gatineau (French)
- Canadian Communications Foundation - CBOFT History
- Query the REC's Canadian station database for CBOFT
- Query TV Fool's coverage map for CBOFT