CBC Gem Roku

CBC Gem Now Available on the Roku Platform in Canada

CBC Gem, the streaming service from the national public broadcaster CBC, is now available through the Roku streaming platform in Canada.

CBC Gem is home to Canadian series and a curated selection of content from around the world, as well as more than 800 documentaries, 500 hours of ad-free content for kids and tweens, and over 200 Canadian feature films. The addition of CBC Gem gives Roku users access to more than 6,500 hours of live and on-demand programming for free via a Roku streaming player or Roku TV. Radio-Canada streaming service ICI TOU.TV has also launched on Roku devices in Canada.

“CBC Gem is an important addition to the library of fantastic Canadian content on the Roku platform,” says Mary-Anne Taylor, Head of Content Distribution, Canada at Roku. “Our Canadian customers have been asking for CBC Gem, and we are proud to now offer them access to the impressive programming lineup of home-grown and international programming.”

“As millions of consumers move to streaming and connected TV platforms, our partnership with Roku is key to ensuring that wider audiences in Canada are able to discover and enjoy CBC’s award-winning news and entertainment programming,” adds Barbara Williams, Executive Vice President, CBC. “With the launch of CBC Gem on Roku, we will be able to serve even more people on Canada’s top connected TV platform, and we look forward to working with Roku to reach new audiences.”

CBC Gem Roku

Roku users can now stream all seasons of past CBC hit original series, including “Baroness von Sketch Show” (seasons 1-5); “Kim’s Convenience” (seasons 1-5); “Schitt’s Creek” (seasons 1-6); and “Workin’ Moms” (seasons 1-7), as well as previous seasons of current popular CBC original titles “The Great Canadian Baking Show,” “Heartland,” “Murdoch Mysteries,” “SkyMed,” and “Sort Of,” with new seasons to look forward to this fall.

In addition, users will have access to new original titles premiering this fall, including “Black Life: Untold Stories,” “BlackBerry,” and “Bones of Crows.” New episodes of the latest season of fan favourite “The Great British Baking Show” are now available weekly on CBC Gem, plus all past seasons.

Roku users can also access programming from one CBC News, including a free 24/7 ad-supported streaming (FAST) channel and live streams of 14 local newscasts on CBC channels from across the country.

Roku users can add the free CBC Gem app to their home screen directly from the Channel Store on the Roku platform. Authenticated users can sign into CBC Gem on the Roku platform using their existing login credentials.

CBC Gem is available free as an app for iOS and Android devices, online at CBCGem.ca, and on TV screens via Roku, Apple TV, Google Chromecast, Amazon Fire TV, Android TV and Xbox. Additional platforms will be announced soon. Free 24/7 ad-supported streaming (FAST) channel CBC News Explore is also currently available on The Roku Channel app at channel 105 in Canada and the United States.