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Out-of-luck Bell clients can see Sun News live online

Pat Bolland (left) and Alex Pierson host 'The Roundtable' weekdays at 8 AM ET on Sun News Network.

DANIEL PROUSSALIDIS | QMI AGENCY

OTTAWA - Sun News Network fans stymied in their efforts to watch "hard news and straight talk" via Bell's satellite TV service now have a way around the problem.

They can watch Sun News live online.

Sun News has begun live streaming its broadcasts at sunnewsnetwork.ca/watch-live.html.

The online outlet doesn't solve the problem that saw Sun News removed from Bell's lineup.

There still isn't a fee agreement in place for Bell to pay for Sun News programming.

Until that agreement is put in place, Quebecor, which owns Sun News, won't allow Bell to broadcast its programming for free.

Meanwhile, Quebecor has taken the fee spat to the national broadcast regulator.

In a complaint to the CRTC, Quebecor alleges that Bell has given the all-news networks it owns - CTV News Channel, CP24, and Business News Network -- "undue preference" and put the fledgling Sun News Network at "undue disadvantage."

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