CFHD-DT (branded as International Channel/Canal International or ICI) is a multicultural television station in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. It broadcasts a digital signal on UHF channel 47 from a transmitter located at Mount Royal Park, near Downtown Montreal. Owned by Sam Norouzi and his family, it maintains studios located on Christophe Colomb Avenue in Montreal's Ahuntsic district, at the home of the family's production company Mi-Cam Communications.
The channel is a de facto successor to CJNT; the station had started as a multicultural station, but its ethnic output decreased significantly in favor of commercial, English-language programming after it was sold to Western International Communications (WIC), and in turn, Canwest and Channel Zero. CFHD was announced in parallel with a proposal by Rogers Media to purchase CJNT (which had since affiliated with its City network) and change its license to make it a conventional, English-language station. Both Rogers and Channel Zero also planned to provide resources to the new channel.