Advertisements Not directly. They only restrict what foreign channels can be carried (and they are open to suggestions to what can be carried, if it is within the interests of Canadian providers/channels/viewers), and how they can be integrated in packages. They don't care about content itself, there are censorship boards for that, and they are pretty liberal. That all said, the CRTC, at least under their current mandate, nor any other Canadian government agency, currently have no say in the state of US based online content providers providing their content to Canadians; it is purely a copyright issue brought on by the copyright holders, and by extension the respective services, in the US. TiVo is, I suppose "Hiding" access to those menus on what it thinks is Canadian units, to avoid support complaints.