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Here's How You Can Watch The Tokyo Paralympics On TV & Online In Canada

Canada's Paralympic athletes are competing in 18 sports throughout the Games!

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How To Watch The Tokyo Paralympics On TV & Online In Canada

The 2021 Olympics have come and gone, and it's now time for this summer's next amazing international sporting event. If you're wondering how to watch the Tokyo Paralympics, here's everything you need to know about viewing the Games.

From the opening ceremony on August 24 to the closing ceremony on September 5 and everything in between, CBC will have daily broadcasts on TV of the action from Tokyo.

Along with TV broadcasts, there will be live events that you can watch online for free with the CBC Gem streaming service, CBC's Tokyo 2020 website and the CBC Sports app. Sportsnet and AMI will also be showing competitions throughout the Games.

The Tokyo 2020 Canadian Paralympic Team is made up of 128 athletes, including guides. Ontario has the most athletes competing for Canada with 42 Paralympians followed by Quebec with 28, B.C. with 21 and Alberta with 20.

Canada's athletes will be competing in 18 sports in Tokyo including wheelchair basketball, para swimming, para athletics, wheelchair rugby, sitting volleyball, para canoe, para judo and wheelchair tennis.

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