Usually with YouTube its because its available from a Canadian Source
Often when you see this message there is a note as to how we can view it, if it came from an imbedded clip, then just click on the YouTube symbol and the clip will play. There are some show's clips that will tell you for viewing you must visit Comedy Network or a particular network to view the clip. You can get shows such as the Daily Show, the Colbert Show, or Conan and As for movies there is the biggest farse of all MGM will not sell from its store to Canadians even thought the company is ultimately owned by a Canadian, the same applies to Universal and the fact that Disney has about a third ownership held by Canadians. I don't know why a Candian cares about Netflix when you can get Rogers online, I am sure Shaw has similar and so does Cogeco and Videotron, you can rent current movies online from their services, most networks run streaming services for free. I have checked Netflix out and saw nothing in their services making it worthwhile. A lot of American sources don't like to have their signal come to Canada because they believe our government doesn't protect them from pirates.
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