Maybe Citytv can purchase CJON-TV in New Foundland and expand the tv network for the Atlantic Providences.
As long as Geoff Stirling is alive, I don't believe that's going to happen. And even if it becomes Citytv, it would have to serve Newfoundland first.
Rogers has purchased SCN, and they have announced the purchase of CJNT-TV. SCN is going to be called Citytv Saskatchewan, which is kind of a misnomer since the channel serves the whole province. I'd rather they have a Citytv Regina and a Citytv Saskatoon, with cable carriage of one of the two across the province.
CJNT will apparently be a Citytv/OMNI affiliate to start off, because of CJNT's licensing requirements as an ethnic station.
It would be neat if Rogers could convince the CRTC to allow them to have Citytv on the main channel (62.1) and have OMNI Montreal as a subchannel (62.2), with both channels carried on Montreal cable. As Rogers doesn't yet own any television stations in Montreal, they could legally do it.
As for CJON...I highly doubt Stirling will sell. If he's not selling to CTV or Global, he's not selling to Rogers.