Here’s some good news for our friends in the North. Canadians can now access and download the CinemaNow app channel for Roku streaming media players. The app offers a library of premium content and classics to rent or purchase, including movies, TV Shows, sports and documentaries. The CinemaNow service is compatible with digital titles in the UltraViolet movie database, so any content previously purchased or redeemed from Blu-ray Disc combos is accessible through the app channel. On Roku devices, purchased titles can only be streamed, but on PCs there is an option to also download titles. Roku and CinemaNow are offering up to $10.99 Canadian dollars credit towards renting a movie in HD for those who purchase a Roku streaming player between June 6th and July 5th, 2015. CinemaNow is owned by Reliance Majestic Holdings LLC (formerly Rovi), who purchased the company from Best Buy in July, 2014. RMH is based in Los Angeles, California.