Listen up folks! The big day is here, when the moon passes between the sun and Earth, causing a total solar eclipse. Well, that happens to be the case for Canadian cities and towns within the “Path of Totality”. Though parts of Canada will see a partial solar eclipse, if you want to see the main event but can’t travel to the hotspots, we got you covered! Here’s a list of live streams to watch so you can see the total solar eclipse online.

Across Canada, there will be a ton of solar eclipse viewing parties from B.C., all the way to the east coast.

If you live near or in Ontario in areas such as Niagara, Burlington, St. Catharines, Belleville, Kingston, Brockville, Cornwall, or Sherbrooke in Quebec, and Miramichi in New Brunswick, you will see the total solar eclipse in its entirety.

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Even if the skies are a little cloudy, according to, some clouds will still make for a cool experience.

In Toronto, we are expecting a partial solar eclipse that lasts for 2 hours and 27 minutes, according to Time & Date.

Though that in itself will be a spectacular experience, especially if you head to one of the many viewing parties in the city, staying indoors to watch it at home isn’t such a bad idea either.

Here are a few live stream options to catch this event:

The Weather Network

Live stream starts at 2 PM to 4 PM EST

Queen’s University

Live stream starts at 12:05 PM EST

University of Toronto

Live stream starts at 1:45 PM EST

Happy total solar eclipse day! (that’s a mouthful).