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Are you blocked from seeing news on Facebook and Instagram? Here’s how to connect with Y Media

Canadians who follow Y Media Group on Facebook and Instagram may have noticed they’ve been blocked from viewing the latest news after the passing of Bill C-18. But you can continue to access our trusted content by visiting our other platforms directly, as well as downloading the Y Media TV app, signing up for alerts on news that matters to you, and more.

Y Media is always connected and engaged with its audience through its five media platforms, namely TV Channel Y, Radio Y FM 91.9, Midweek Newspaper, Y.Media (southasiandaily.com) and Y Media TV mobile app. After great success in the South Asian market, Y Media was proud to launch a 24×7 all-English Television network: Y Media Plus. As an infotainment channel Y Media Plus offers your daily dose of news, current affairs, politics, and business to the best in entertainment, lifestyle, sports, beauty, fashion, health and much more. Watch Channel Y Bell 828, Telus 2418, Rogers 857, Ignite 707 and Y Media Plus available on all IPTV boxes.

Read ‘Midweek’ newspaper published every Tuesday to know what’s happening in Canada and around the world.

As Y Media remains your No. 1 source for Canada’s and worldwide breaking and latest news, stay informed on the stories that matter most to you. Here’s how you can connect with Y Media online:

Directly on Y.Media: Type y.media where it says URL in your web browser. Then, you can bookmark the website for easy access in the future.

Through the Y Media TV app: Download the Y Media TV app for free on Android and iOS devices, including iPhones, iPads and Apple TV. You can also customize your experience and get news the way you want it by allowing push notifications for local and national stories on your mobile device.

Aside from Facebook and Instagram, you can find Y.Media stories on other platforms such as YouTube and X (formerly known as Twitter) under Y Media and Y Media Group usernames respectively.

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