Just for anyone who may be down in the USA and having a little difficulty figuring out where to catch the Bombers, or other CFL games they want to see. The place you will want to go for all your information is here:
ESPN is the American version of TSN, both are subsidiaries of Disney.
Basically what you'll want to know is there are some CFL games you can watch on TV, and those are any games that are on the ESPN main channel, ESPN2, or ESPNews. Just about every mainstream cable provider down in the US has all of those channels and you don't usually need much more than basic cable so if you got that you should be all set.
If the games are not on those channels, they'll be on ESPN3. That is an online-only platform of WatchESPN, and you just sign into your internet/tv provider on the WatchESPN page and you should have access to it. Incidentally if you get your cable TV from one provider but get your internet from another, you may not be able to sign into the WatchESPN tv provider page unless your internet provider has access to it. Although if you do have a smartphone, tablet, Roku, Chromecast, Amazon Fire TV or Apple TV, you might be able to get ESPN3 on those.
Basically opening week's going to look like this
Hamilton @ Toronto - ESPNews
Montreal @ Winnipeg - ESPN2
Ottawa @ Edmonton - ESPN3
Calgary @ BC - ESPN2