Welcome to the local CBC Toronto newsroom.
If you need to reach us by phone, please call: 416-205-5808.
Our mailing address is:
CBC Toronto Newsroom
P.O. Box 500 Stn A
205 Wellington St. West
CBC Radio programs in Toronto
TEL: (416) 205-5807
Here and Now
TEL: (416) 205-2700
Big City, Small World
Have a question about the CBC?
We've answered the most common queries in our list of Frequently Asked Questions below. If you still can't find the answer you're looking for, please contact Audience Relations directly at 1-866-306-4636.
- How do I contact the local news departments with a news tip? Call CBC News Toronto, our local newsroom at (416) 205-5808 or email our assignment desk.
- How do I suggest an idea or pose a question to a local show? Send an e-mail to the appropriate program.
- How do I suggest an idea or pose a question to a national show? Go to Programs A-Z, look for the listing for that show, then follow the link to the website for that show. Look for the Contact Us section of the site.
- How can I find out the name of the song I just heard on CBC Radio? First, look up the program page of the radio program you were listening to. Then, look under the link Music Playlists on the right hand menu of that page under the date and time you were listening.
- Can I get transcripts and/or tapes of programs? You can purchase copies of local/national news or current affairs programs through Cision. Please note that prices and the length of time programs are kept varies. You can contact CISION at (416) 750-2220.
- How do I find out about jobs at the CBC? Click on Jobs at the bottom of any page on the CBC.ca site.
- I need help with audio and/or video. That information can be found on the Audio/Video help page here.
- I have a CD that I would like you to play. Where do I send it? To place it in our music library, send two copies to: CBC Music Library
PO Box 500, Station A
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
- How do I find the Canadian Broadcasting Centre? The Canadian Broadcasting Centre is located at 250 Front Street West, directly across the street from the Metro Toronto Convention Centre. It is within walking distance of Union Station, the Rogers Centre and the CN Tower. It is also connected to the city's PATH underground pathway system.