What are RSS Feeds?
An RSS feed (Really Simple Syndication or Rich Site Summary) is a file format that allows you to quickly access updated content from our website, at your convenience. RSS is generally used for news feeds.
With the help of an "RSS aggregator" (such as Mozilla Thunderbird), RSS allows you to view Canoe Network headlines (news, sports, science, business, entertainment, etc.) or catch up on our latest Autonet News. Our feeds also allow you to click on links for further information.
Three easy steps to access RSS
- You must first install an "aggregator" program (RSS reader or web module) on your computer. You may search the Web in order to find appropriate software or select a free program from the list below.
- After having installed your RSS software, choose one or more of our news, blog or magazine feeds by clicking on the corresponding "RSS" icons.
- You must then copy the appropriate feed URLs (addresses ending with .xml) and paste them into the appropriate field of your RSS software. This will allow you to instantly receive your selected RSS feeds that you may view at any time
Conditions of RSS Usage
We are proud to welcome you to the growing family of Canoe RSS feed users and encourage you to include these feeds on personal websites, on blogs or simply for your information. However, please note that wherever you display content obtained from a Canoe feed, its source must be clearly identified.
Canoe reserves the right to restrict the use of its RSS feeds if the conditions outlined in this section are not met.
Commercial use of Canoe RSS feeds is strictly forbidden.