CTV Inc.’s financial troubles seem to be worsening. Today, it unveiled plans to shut down its television stations in Wingham and Windsor ON, one week after it announced that it would not seek a licence renewal for its Brandon CBC-affiliate, CKX-TV. "This decision was difficult but necessary. The traditional economic model for Canadian television is broken. The financial pressures facing our conventional television operations are further compounded by the commission's decision to turn down requests to implement a fee-for-carriage regime for local television in October 2008," Paul Sparkes, executive VP, corporate affairs, CTVglobemedia said in a release. "Unfortunately, we may need to consider similar actions in other local markets given the current regulatory framework." The decision means that Wingham and Windsor will no longer be provided with their own distinctive local programming. CTV said news related to the broader southwestern Ontario region will be provided through 'A' London.