Here's How To Watch & Stream The Tokyo Olympics For Free In Quebec

The Tokyo 2020 Olympics have finally arrived after being postponed last year due to COVID-19 and you might be wondering where you can watch or stream the Games to cheer on your favourite Canadian athletes.

Luckily, there are plenty of ways to watch and stream the games for free if you're living in Quebec. And you won't even need a cable subscription.

The country's official broadcasters are CBC and Radio-Canada. If you have cable, the Olympic Games will be televised all day long from the opening ceremony on July 23 to the closing ceremony on August 8.

Depending on what sport you want to watch, very early mornings are in your future due to the time difference. If you want to watch the women's soccer team, for instance, CBC is streaming the next game at 3:30 a.m. on Saturday.

If you don't have cable, CBC will be streaming a select number of events for free on its website and on its CBC Gem app. CBC will air 3,775 hours of Olympics from now until the closing ceremony.

CBC's streaming schedule can be found here.

Otherwise, you will need to purchase a subscription to TSN Direct or Sportsnet NOW if CBC isn't streaming what you want to watch.

Good luck to all the Canadian athletes!