Found on Banner, Sword and Shield.
In Southern Alberta a number of Mormons have gotten subscriptions to Dish Network and Directv.Â They got them in the early 20oo with the help of people who could cross the border easily and pick up a subscription in Utah and wham bam they were up and running.
The main reason for this is that many want access to conference though KSL and BYUTV, both of which are only seen in the USA. These people usually live out in the country where they would not see conference normally.
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Now here is where the morality of the situation comes in.Â Â Directv and Dish Network are illegal in Canada.Â You must by law use a Canadian owned company for your television provider.Â Â Even though you may not like what is offered you must watch it the way our CRTC (Canadian Radio and Television Commission) wants you.
Is it OK for Canadian members to get Conference illegally?