I don't think any of those are Pay stations. They all have commercials, and derive most of their income from commercials.
Oops, I missed Vision TV on the mandatory pay TV list.
VisionTV received its first licence in 1987. It is now available as part of basic cable or satellite service to than eight million households. The network is funded largely through advertising and subscription revenues and is allowed by the CRTC to collect 8 cents per subscriber each month. In 2001, Vision had revenues of approximately $15 million.
Let's see... 8,000,000 x $0.08 x 12 months = $7,680,000. They said MORE THAN eight million
households, so lets call it $8,000,000 of their $15,000,000 in revenue was from subscriber fees. That was 6 years ago; expect the monthly rate to have gone up since then.
Digging up the info is more difficult than I had expected. I will be back with documentation for the other stations.