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CFCF-DT, VHF channel 12, is a CTV owned-and-operated television station located in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. The station is owned by Bell Media. CFCF's studios are located in the Bell Media building (formerly the Montréal Téléport), at the intersection of Avenue Papineau and Boul. René-Lévesque in Downtown Montreal. Its transmitter is located atop Mount Royal.

On cable, CFCF is seen on Vidéotron channel 11 in the Montreal area (channel 7 in standard definition and channel 607 in high definition on digital cable), Charter Plattsburgh channel 13 and Comcast Burlington channel 21; it is also seen on Bell TV via channels 205 (SD) and 1031 (HD), and on Bell Fibe via channels 201 (SD) and 1201 (HD). On Shaw Direct, the channel is available on 312 (Classic) or 057 (Advanced), and in high definition on channel 045 (Classic) or 545 (Advanced). Most cable distributors in Quebec also carry CFCF, as it is the only CTV station in the province. Despite having only one transmitter, its signal reaches all the way to the Laurentides and Lanaudière regions, and also decently covers the Champlain Valley region in Vermont and New York.