Yes, even CBC will air it!

Canadian broadcasters plan to air special Friday for victims of Katrina
TORONTO (CP) – Canadian broadcasters will join the Katrina relief effort by simulcasting Shelter from the Storm: A Concert for the Gulf Coast on Friday night.
CBC Television, CHUM Television’s A-Channels and Citytv stations, CTV and Global Television announced Wednesday that they’ll present the one-hour commercial-free special at 8 p.m. ET (check local listings) on Friday.
Six major U.S. networks and programming services in 95 countries around the world are also airing the special to raise money for people affected by last week’s hurricane.
“The entertainment special/fundraising event will salute the brave citizens in the devastated areas of Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama and pay tribute to the rescue personnel guiding relief efforts in the region,” said a statement issued by the broadcasters.
MuchMoreMusic will rebroadcast the benefit again at 11 p.m. ET.
Sheryl Crow, the Dixie Chicks, Alicia Keys, Randy Newman, Paul Simon, Rod Stewart and Neil Young are among the performers scheduled to appear. The special will be broadcast live from New York City and Los Angeles to eastern and central time zones, and delayed for broadcast in western regions.
Canadian viewers will be able to make donations during and after the show through the Canadian Red Cross via a toll-free number or by visiting