In your TVFool Report, I had to click on "PENDING APPLICATIONS" to see Ch20 (5.1) and Ch25 (25.1).
And note that strong CHCH2 (CHCH) on Ch51 (51.1, probably 202-deg from London) is MISSING from TVFool.
So you are getting ALL Stations in TVFool Report from TOP down to WNYO on Ch49 (towards 140-202 deg re True North),
1) Moderate Strength CHCJ (CTV2) on Ch35 (209-deg)
2) Weak CKVR (A) on Hi-VHF Ch10 (345-deg)
3) Weak WBBZ (Ind, MeTV, Heros&Icons, Daystar) on Hi-VHF Ch7 (154-deg)
and subsequently weaker stations in RED/GREY Zones from CIII on Ch17 thru CHEX on Ch12 are DUPLICATES, so presumably you do NOT "Need".
IF you are interested in receiving CHCJ (CTV2) on Ch35 (209-deg), it MAY only require turning Antenna JUST A BIT more Clockwise....OR turning ONE of the 4-Bays so that they point is slightly different OUTWARD directions, as shown in the DB-8e Datasheet, pg 3, pg4 and perhaps pg5:
Ch10 and Ch7 are Hi-VHF Stations, which are NOT being received by UHF-ONLY DB-8e. You are lucky that Ch9 is strong enough that it leaks in anyway. If you WANT to receive Ch10 and/or Ch7, I would recommend adding a Medium Gain Hi-VHF Antenna [NOT easy in a Condo or Appt.]...and NOTE that they are in OPPOSITE Directions if you want BOTH of them....and a simple Dipole/Rabbit-Ears probably won't be enough. If you had an Attic or Balcony Available, I would recommend ONE or TWO of the fol. Hi-VHF Antennas:
You might be interested in a DIY Project, using one of the Hi-VHF Loop Antenna Designs found here, such as Bi-Directional [NO Reflector] Hi-VHF Hourglass-Loop, taller higher Gain Quad-Trap-Loop, or even higher Gain Quad-Trap-Loop+2Bars:
Loop Antennas incl Folded Dipole - ImageEvent
RabbitEars shows the upcoming Channel Changes, most of which shouldn't impact the Antenna system...EXCEPT for WNYB (Ind, Tri-State Christian Network) Ch26 moving to Lo-VHF Ch5...."Sometime" prior to early 2019:
IF you are interested in continuing to receive this station when they move to Ch5, you might want to look at how well the above Loop Antennas work on Ch5....Hi-VHF Hourglass-Loop was Okay....and I'll add Charts to the other two "soonish", but they're probably Okay as well....although Reflector Rod versions are probably going to drop off in Lo-VHF Band, unless I design some Dual-Length Reflector Rod versions....
ARE there any other specific Channels you are have trouble with?????