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Canadians can finally watch the show legally in real time.
Good news for those of us who are sick of missing out on good TV.
It's going to be a good month.
Some 190,000 Canadian homes ditched cable and satellite last year.
Party time! Excellent!
The services are now available for all Canadians.
Canadian TV viewers have been ditching their cable and satellite TV subscriptions at a pace that’s nearly seven times faster
Canadian TV providers are losing customers six times faster this year than they did last year, according to new research
Accesing U.S. Netflix in Canada is “stealing” and the country needs a measure of “behavioural change” to stop the practice
HBO’s standalone streaming service went live in the U.S. on Tuesday, quite possibly marking the beginning of a whole new
Canada’s telecom watchdog announced major changes to the country’s broadcasting regulatory framework on Thursday, relaxing
A plan with unlimited calls, unlimited texting and a small amount of data from major providers like Bell, Rogers and Telus can cost up to $80 per month, and that doesn't even cover roaming fees or long-distance calls. To save money, you may want to look into some of the cheaper brands like the Telus-owned Koodo or Wind, and avoid the "Big Three."
By now, you've probably heard about Bell Media's new streaming service, CraveTV. A rival to Netflix Canada and Rogers'/Shaw's