Disney Channel is a Canadian English language specialty channel owned by Corus Entertainment under license from The Walt Disney Company, which first broadcasting on September 1, 2015, it is a localised version of the American subscription network of the same name, broadcasting live-action and animated programming aimed at children between the ages of 6 and 14.
The channel launched as part of a new licensing agreement between Corus Entertainment and the Disney–ABC Television Group (now known as Walt Disney Television), which succeeded a previous program supply agreement between Disney and Family Channel (owned by WildBrain). Its launch marked the first time that a Disney Channel-branded television service has operated in Canada.
Disney Channel is a Canadian TV channel owned by Corus Entertainment. It is the new home of Disney shows and movies, yet following Family Channel's removal of them and Disney XD and Disney Junior's new names: Family CHRGD, Family Jr., and Télémagino, respectively, in which Disney XD and Disney Junior are now Disney Channel's programming blocks and 24-hour channels owned by Corus. On September 2015-2016 used the Corus Entertainment bumper is begin to moment.
Disney Channel debuted on September 1, 2015 in Canada, replacing Teletoon Retro on some Canadian cable systems.
On July 2017, Disney Channel Canada has new graphics.
- La chaîne Disney, the channel's French counterpart
- Cartoon Network (Canada), Teletoon Retro's replacement in some territories
- Disney Channel, the original US channel
- Family Channel, a channel that formerly airs Disney shows
- Disney XD (Canada), the Corus-owned version of Disney XD
- Disney Junior (Canada), the Corus-owned version of Disney Junior
- Teletoon Retro, original name for Disney Channel and Cartoon Network