RDS' channel is the heart of French sports broadcasting. Millions of fans rely on RDS TV for live coverage of the world's most exciting sports. We'd recommend an RDS television subscription for all hardcore sports fans, and especially Montreal Canadiens fans. Finally, if you ever find yourself far from your television set, the free RDS app allows fans to enjoy the action on the go.


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Watch RDS Online

Do you want to know if RDS offers video on demand, IPTV or is on streaming services? We have listed all possible ways to watch RDS online for your convenience.

  • RDS On Demand
  • RDS Streaming


Looking for the official RDS app? We have listed all RDS Apps currently available. To get the application you just have to click and you'll be directed to the App store of your choice.

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RDS Guide

Want to contact RDS directly or find out the RDS schedule so you don't miss your favourite TV show? We've provided all the links you'll need. Soon, we will also include the channel RDS number so that you can easily find your favourite channel via your remote control.

More about RDS

Discover our selection of articles about RDS in order to learn more about news and offers regarding the channel.

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No one expected it, yet cable operator Cogeco has just announced the acquisition of Oxio. Should Oxio customers expect changes? In a press release, Cogeco Connexion has just announced the acquisition of Oxio for an amount that has not yet been specified. In the context of buyouts among various Canadian operators and suppliers, Quebec-based Cogeco …

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Fibe TV vs Cable

May 24, 2022

Despite the increasing popularity of internet streaming services, households across Canada continue to watch television the “old fashioned” way. Of course, we’re talking about traditional cable TV, where customers pay every month for access to different channels. However, due to technological advancements within the industry, there are now more ways to watch television than ever …