I have fixed my issue, I had coax input and outputs on the back of one of my power conditioners, ran the cables through it and all is good now. Whew, thanks again all.
I always consider that a bandaid solution and you should really find the source of the problem instead of putting on a bandaid. Especially with your equipment - it's like putting on headphones, or turning up the radio, so you don't hear a potentially expensive/damaging noise in a vehicle.
Some of these items (conditioners, UPS, etc) can interfere with the cable signal - especially the return signal required for Cogeco monitoring, for On-demand, SDV channels if applicable, firmware downloads, etc.
Most service providers and most audio/video-philes will advise you not to go "through" such a device with RF-coax.