How to stream the 2018 NHL Playoffs

In Canada, we celebrate five seasons — spring, summer, fall, winter, and the NHL playoffs. Spring and summer are nice. Fall and winter aren’t bad. But the NHL playoffs are always magical. Even if you’re not a dyed in the wool hockey fan it’s hard to not get swept up in water cooler talk about multi-overtime heroics, impossible underdog wins, and epic Game 7 showdowns.

YouTube’s lineup of original programming is perfect for cordcutters

It’s easy to think of YouTube as little more than the world’s largest collection of videos featuring cats, people falling down, and grainy concerts. Sure, if that’s what you’re looking for, the original video streaming giant has it all in spades. But as YouTube aims to join the ranks of streaming services like Netflix, Amazon, and Crave, it’s been quietly building a library of original shows.

Binge on all of your favourite British shows with BritBox

If you’re an ex-pat from across the pond, prefer your TV with a perfectly steeped cup of Earl Grey in your hand, or just a fan of British telly, you’ll be over the moon for the latest streaming service to launch in Canada—especially if you’re a cordcutter.

How to Watch The 2018 JUNO Awards Broadcast

The 2018 JUNO Awards will broadcast LIVE nationwide from Rogers Arena in Vancouver on Sunday, March 25 at 5 p.m. PT (8 p.m. ET) on CBC, CBC Radio and globally on cbcmusic.ca/junos.