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About CTV News Stox

CTV News Stox is a dynamic moving image library licensing news, sports and documentary stock footage from around the globe. News bureaus across Canada, the United States and Europe all contribute to this compelling video collection.

We specialize in Canadian content, offering exclusive and award-winning coverage from over the last six decades. Ranging from historical black and white content to current HD and 4k footage, our anthology is ever-growing and features a broad spectrum of scenics, culture, history, industry, politics and people.

CTV News Stox offers bulk discounts, competitive rates and free search options. 

Rely on Canada’s leading news network and CTV News Stox for all your footage needs.


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Mayor Rob Ford pauses while participating in a mayoral debate in Toronto on Tuesday, July 15, 2014. (Darren Calabrese / THE CANADIAN PRESS)

FAQs CTV News Stox

May I obtain a copy of a CTV News item or segment for personal use?

You may order any original CTV News item that aired within the past six months as a souvenir for personal use only. Please note that we will only provide segments that feature you or a family member.

You may not redistribute, excerpt or post on social media. Video segments may not be used to market or advertise a company, service or product.


Can I order an old TV show/game show where I was a contestant?

Many of the older shows no longer exist in our archive or have copyright issues that forbid us from selling them to the public. One popular exception is JUST LIKE MOM. Several seasons’ worth of episodes from this program have been located. While we do not have every episode that aired, we are able to search our inventory to see if we have that special one with you and your Mom.



May I search your archives

The CTV News Archives do not have a public search option.  You must contact us with your request and a researcher will work with you to find the best options for your project. 

Alternatively, you may search, keeping in mind that we may only license CTV Original material. Copyright held by other sources (photographs, amateur video, social media video, security video, court sketches or footage from non-CTV sources) may not be licensed by CTV News Stox.

The use of anchors or reporters or their voiceover audio must be cleared with  management before any use is permitted. Please do not cut into your projects without seeking this approval first.


What is the cost to license footage?

Licensing fees are based on media, market and term.  In order to give you a quote, we need to know how you intend to use the footage, where it will air and for how long you wish to license. We will work with you to find the clips you need within your budget.

There are associated fees for extended research and transfers which we will review with you at the start of your project. Please contact us for a rate card.


'Laverne & Shirley' actor Cindy Williams dies at 75

Cindy Williams, who was among the most recognizable stars in America in the 1970s and 80s for her role as Shirley opposite Penny Marshall's Laverne on the beloved sitcom 'Laverne & Shirley,' has died, her family said Monday.

Cindy Williams arrives at the TV Land Awards 10th Anniversary in New York on April 14, 2012. (AP Photo/Charles Sykes)

A short-lived 'punch in the face' cold snap is coming for Eastern Canada

The beginning of February is expected to bring Arctic-like temperatures across much of Eastern Canada, thanks to frigid air from the polar vortex. The cold snap will descend on Eastern Canada this week, with temperatures becoming seasonable again on Sunday. In between, much of Ontario, Quebec and Atlantic Canada can expect the coldest days yet this winter.

Girl, 6, dies after T-bar lift incident at Quebec ski resort

A six-year-old girl died in hospital Sunday night after being involved in an incident at the Val-Saint-Côme ski resort in Lanaudiere. Quebec police are investigating, though details into the event are not yet known. Officers indicated that it involved a T-bar lift, but they were not able to say more.


CTV National News for Jan. 30: B.C. drug policy overhaul

British Columbia becomes the first province to not to charge people for having some hard drugs; World Health Organization’s COVID-19 stance.

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