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Coronation Street’s Playoff Schedule

Coronation Street's schedule for the Stanley Cup playoffs:

 

Halifax/Charlottetown/Fredericton
Coronation Street will be seen at 6:30 PM beginning Wednesday, April 16th for the duration of the NHL Playoffs.

 

Newfoundland
Coronation Street will be seen at 7:00 PM beginning Wednesday, April 16th for the duration of the NHL Playoffs.

 

Toronto/Ottawa/Montreal/Windsor/Winnipeg/Vancouver
Coronation Street will be seen at 3:00 PM beginning Wednesday, April 16th for the duration of the NHL Playoffs.

 

Edmonton/Calgary
Coronation Street will be seen at 3:00 PM Wednesday, April 16th, then at 2:00 PM beginning Thursday, April 17th for the duration of the NHL Playoffs.

 

Regina
Coronation Street will be seen at 11:00 AM Wednesday, April 16th, then at 2:00 PM beginning Thursday, April 17th for the duration of the NHL Playoffs.

 

North
Coronation Street will be seen at 2:00pm MT beginning Wednesday, April 16th for the duration of the NHL Playoffs.

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Why can’t I view your video or hear CBC radio?

Due to restrictions covering the SOCHI Olypmics on CBC, February 6 - February 23, all sports, drama, documentaries, streaming News Network and radio broadcasts will be geo-fenced or blocked for everyone outside Canada. Even if you are Canadian with a Canadian device but outside Canada you will not be able to view our broadcasts.

If you are inside Canada and still are receiving the error message that you are outside the country, please contact your service provider and make sure that you have a Canadian IP address as some providers have servers in the U.S..

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Video is choppy or stuttering but the audio is alright.  What should I do to fix it?

This is most likely an issue with your computer's hardware.

First ensure that your system meets our minimum requirements as listed above.

Check the CPU usage on your computer. To check this on Windows, right-click on your task bar, launch the Task Manager and go to the Performance tab. On a Mac, go to Applications, then Utilities and launch the Activity Monitor. If the CPU usage while watching CBC videos is above 50% (or 100% on Mac with a dual-core processor), try shutting down any applications that may be using your CPU.

Occasionally, an incomplete copy of a video can get stuck in your cache and never fully download. You can re-attempt the download of the video by clearing your browser's cache. See how here.

I can hear audio, but I can’t see any video.  What’s wrong?

Occasionally, older versions of the Flash Player can cause conflicts to occur, it's best to keep your plugins up to date.

You can see if you have the latest version of Flash by going here.

If you find that you don't have the latest version, please update it here.

Why do I need Adobe Flash Player?

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