CTV Kids was a Canadian children's programming block on the CTV network. It was formed in 1993 as an unnamed block on CTV stations owned by Baton Broadcasting, and adopted the CTV Kids name in 1998 after the reorganization of Baton and CTV. Programming was provided by Nelvana (later Corus Entertainment) and Cinar (later Cookie Jar and DHX Media). In 2016, after Corus' purchase of Global, the block moved to that network as Global Kids.
On September 30th, 1992, Baton Broadcasting announced that it was making agreements with Nelvana, Cinar, and YTV to create a children's programming block on their CTV stations.