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RSS Feeds:

What is RSS

RSS, which stands for Really Simple Syndication, is a method of tracking frequently updated content from a particular website. RSS feeds typically provide some topline information, such as a headline and the first few lines of a story, along with a link to the website for full details. The power of RSS is in the ability to keep track of your favourite news sources in one place.

How do I use RSS?

The first thing you need to do in order to utilize RSS feeds is download an RSS desktop application or subscribe to a web-based RSS reader. Some popular RSS readers include:

  1. Sympatico-MSN My Page
  2. My Yahoo
  3. iGoogle
  4. Bloglines
  5. Newsgator

From there, look for instructions on how to add new feeds to your RSS Reader.

Where can I access RSS feeds from The Weather Network?

Our RSS feeds are available for any city we have available on our website. All you need to do is navigate to the city page you wish to add to your RSS reader, scroll to the bottom of the page and either click the icon for your RSS reader or add the RSS XML file according to the instructions for your particular reader.

What are the terms of use for The Weather Network’s RSS feeds?

By using our RSS feeds, you agree to abide by the terms of use for our website outlined here.

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