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How to watch the solar eclipse on CBC

The moon passes in front of the sun for a total solar eclipse visible from Farmington, Mo., in August 2017. On April 8, parts of eastern Canada will be treated to a similar sight. (Anthony Souffle/Star Tribune/The Associated Press - image credit)
The moon passes in front of the sun for a total solar eclipse visible from Farmington, Mo., in August 2017. On April 8, parts of eastern Canada will be treated to a similar sight. (Anthony Souffle/Star Tribune/The Associated Press - image credit)

CBC News is your destination for comprehensive coverage of the total solar eclipse in Canada.

We will have special coverage starting Monday at 6 a.m. ET with Morning Live with Heather Hiscox on location in Niagara Falls, Ont. Watch on CBC News Network.

Stay with CBC News for a CBC News Special: The Eclipse in Canada beginning at 1 p.m. ET as the path of totality travels across North America. You can watch it on CBC-TV, CBC Gem and CBC News Network. You'll be able to stream it live on CBC News Explore, the CBC News app and CBCNews.ca.

CBC News will also be live on TikTok from Hamilton starting at 2:10 p.m. ET.