Happy Canada Day, streamers! In between the festivals, fireworks, and fun, we hope you can squeeze in some entertainment. No matter what you’re looking for, we have you covered this holiday weekend (with 4000 streaming channels and counting!).

Did we miss any of your favourite Canadian channels? Let us know in the comments below.


Missed The Great Wall, The LEGO Batman Movie, or Kong: Skull Island in the theaters? You can find them now on Roku channels such as Cineplex Store, Google Play, and CinemaNow. If you want a fix of Orange is the New Black or Stranger Things, the Netflix button on your remote is waiting for a push!

Looking for something else? Click “Search” on your Roku home screen and type in the movie or TV show of your choice to find where it’s streaming and at what price.


Entertainment doesn’t have to be expensive. Crackle, Popcornflix, and Tubi TV are a great source for FREE films and TV series and are currently streaming Big Daddy, Up in the Air, and Gladiator, respectively.


You can watch LIVE coverage of all the Canada Day festivities through the VMedia channel. With VMedia’s TV & Internet bundles, you have access to up to 160 of your favourite Canadian, US, and multicultural channels.

If you’re a sports fan, beIN SPORTS CONNECT has exclusive LIVE coverage of the world’s biggest sports and events, including soccer, motorsports, boxing, and more! Until July 9, you can get a FREE 60 Day Pass when you buy a new Roku streaming player or Roku TV. Learn more here.


It’s easy to stay on top of the news with our live news channels such as Sky News, Newsy, or Reuters TV. Dive into deeper topics with documentaries on Great Big Story, Docurama, or Sundance Now.

Want to unwind with some music? TuneIn, SiriusXM, and Deezer have your tune.

Need something to entertain the kiddos? Happy Kids provides hours of free entertainment, and Hopster has popular programming such as Sid the Science Kid shorts.

In the mood for entertainment from abroad? Acorn TV, Yupp TV, and Viki are a few of the many channels broadcasting great entertainment from around the world.

Happy Streaming!

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  • Ljenish

    Where are Amazon, DAZN and other popular streaming services? In Canada, Roku is really nothing more than a high-priced Netflix streaming device. Save your money and look elsewhere.