Toronto-Ottawa Television (stylised on-air as Toronto/Ottawa) is the on-air name used by TiBB1 in Ontario, Canada.
Toronto-Ottawa Television was formed on August 27, 2015 as the on-screen brand for the broadcast regions of Toronto and Ottawa, as it (like Granada and The Point) decided to create its own on-air region. The region name is named after the provincial capital of Ontario, and the capital city of Canada. In some on-air continuity announcements, the region is sometimes called TiBB1 Ontario.
Toronto-Ottawa is based in Toronto whilst its control room operations are shared between itself and The Point, its sister region in the United States.
The services' on-air identity is a mixture of the national and regional TiBB1 idents. However, it has separate news bulletins from TiBB News for each city.
The endboard shown in the region is the national endboard; with the caption A Toronto-Ottawa Production, for TiBB1.
Toronto-Ottawa itself does not produce any programming; however it co-produces LIVEWIRE, the TiBB Eurovision and Christmasvision Song Contests, and the TiBB Podcast with its sister regions. It produces regional news and weather from its studios in Toronto and Ottawa.