Join Date: Jul 2005
Location: Craig Henry (Greenbank/Hunt Club), Nepean, ON
You might want to try a low-gain antenna like a DB-2 or Clearstream 2, in order to take advantage of the wide (> 60 degrees) beam-width.
The tricky part will be having to keep the low power Montreal stations (CJNT-(CITY), CFHD-(ICI), CFTU) out of the null, while still getting enough gain for WCFE. If Mountain Lake PBS is a priority, as well as the Montreal low power stations, you may end up needing a bifurcating 8 bay.
Note that within three years, some channels will change -- CFTM from 10 to 11, WVNY from 13 to 7, WFFF from 43 to 16, and WCAX from 22 to 20. This will actually make it easier to receive WVNY, as it will no longer be adjacent to any nearby stations. (CHLT 7 Sherbrooke will move to 8, but that should cause any issues for you as it is far enough away.)
Note that if you use an Antennas Direct UHF antenna like the Clearstream or the DB series, you'll need a separate VHF antenna (a simple loop will suffice after 2019, and possibly earlier) in order to get ABC-13(->7), TVA-10(->11), and CTV-12.