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Where’s my email link?
I can’t see The Loop. Is there something wrong with my browser?
The Loop was built using the latest technology. It’s faster, easier to use and, most importantly, more secure. Your browser, on the other hand, is out-of-date. In order to properly experience The Loop, you’ll need to upgrade your browser.
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Where do I find Bell information and how do I log into my Bell account?
Visit bell.ca for more information on Bell services and to log into MyBell.
Is my Bell internet service affected by The Loop?
Your Bell internet service remains as it was before, nothing changes. Choosing to have The Loop as your home page is your choice to make, but we’d love to be a part of your life online.
Where is the search box/bar? How do I search the site?
Looking for something? Select the red magnifying glass on the right side of the top navigation bar to search The Loop. Enter your query into the search box, click on the large magnifying glass and voila!
I’m using a Chrome browser and can’t view videos. What do I do?
You may have received an error message that a plug-in has crashed or stopped. This will likely require a change to a plug-in that the Chrome browser loads by default with each new version. To make the necessary change, please follow the steps provided here.
Where can I find the weather? YellowPages? Flyers?
All three are centrally located in the “Services” box on the right side of The Loop’s home page.
What happened to TV Guide Canada?
TC Media has ceased generating TV Guide Canada content, and therefore you will no longer see it featured on this site. The Loop remains your go-to destination for social entertainment content, including TV coverage.
Where are my TV listings?
As of spring 2015, we no longer provide TV listings by date and channel. The Loop is Canada’s source for social entertainment content, so head over to our TV section for the latest on what you’ve just gotta watch on the tube.
Where can I find similar content in French?
Non, nous ne parlons pas francais, but our sister site, Sympatico.ca French, does. French-speaking users can click on the “En Français” link found at the bottom right of the page. (Sympatico.ca French remains unchanged.)
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