It's more likely that it is a round dish with a single LNB. To receive HD (or at least most of the HD channels) an oval dish with a Shaw Direct twin LNB would be required. To receive all HD channels, one of the newer multi-band LNBs would be required. Shaw Direct dishes and LNBs are very specific to it's own service so finding a generic third party dish that works for all channels is not likely, though it could probably be done with two dishes and some extra hardware. In addition, Shaw Direct satellites are closely spaced so using two LNBs with a single oval dish is not practical. By comparison, DBS dishes with 9 degree spacing (such as those used by DirecTV, Dish Network and Bell TV) are fairly easy to find.