TV and Radio Services for Canadians

Your Consumer Rights for TV Services (The TV Service Provider Code)

The majority of Canadians who subscribe to TV services are protected by the TVSP Code. The Code explains your rights and the rules your provider must follow.

Services that do and do not need a licence

Authorized and exempt radio, TV and cable (distribution) services.

Local, Community and Over-the-Air TV

More about local and community TV and OTA broadcasting.

Changing your Service Provider

Learn about changing your phone, wireless, Internet, and TV service providers.

Options to Watch TV (online too!)

Explore the different options available in Canada to view content.

Types of TV Broadcasters

Learn about 9(1)(h), aboriginal programming, basic, community, discretionary, ethnic and third-language, on-demand and religious television services.

Co-Development of the Indigenous Broadcasting Policy

Learn about Indigenous radio and television broadcasting services and licences.

Switching from Analog to Digital TV

What the switch from analog to digital means for you and why it happened.

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