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City News (corporately styled City News) is the title of news and current affairs programming on the City television network in Canada.It is broadcast as a local newscast in its own right on the network's Toronto, Edmonton, and Winnipeg stations, while on the remaining City stations it airs only as the news headlines segment during each station's Breakfast Television morning show.Before the 2017–2018 relaunch of City News nationally, City stations outside Toronto had their midday and evening news programs were cancelled in 2006, while the remaining news programming on these stations (such as the nationally-broadcast City News International) cancelled in early 2010.The newscast was broadcast in Toronto as City Pulse for the first time as a pilot episode on September 28, 1975, and as a second pilot episode on September 12, 1976.The first episode of City Pulse aired on September 12, 1977.
Until 1987, the anchors on City Pulse sat behind an anchor desk in a dark studio with two orange-red-black striped beams and a television set between the two anchors.
City Pulse at Six was anchored by Gord Martineau and Dini Petty for much of the years from 1980 to 1987.
Weather presenters in that era include CHUM Radio veteran Jay Nelson, Brian Hill, Greg Rist, and David Onley.
Sports anchors included Jim Mc Kenny, Russ Salzberg, John Saunders, Debbie Van Kiekebelt, and Ann Rohmer.
City Pulse Tonight, known as City Pulse News at 10 prior to 1981, was anchored by Bill Cameron, later by Gord Martineau, and then Anne Mroczkowski. (John) Roberts began his news anchoring career as anchor of City Pulse Tonight after several years as an entertainment reporter and Much Music video jockey.
In 1987, Mroczkowski moved to the supper-hour show to co-anchor with Martineau. On May 4, 1987, City Pulse moved into another newsroom set back at 299 Queen Street West in Toronto, following the move of the station's operations from 99 Queen Street East.