Analog has died in my neck of the woods, which is disappointing for my wife and her dual tuner series 2 tivo. I've pumped all recordings over to the computer with NextPVR, although my wife used the tivo as a single tuner, and will update here. So just in case anybody checks in on this through searches, here is where I am at with clearqam channels in Dundas through Cogeco:
HD: if there are free previews, you will generally get them on clearqam - Cottage Life, FSN, A&E and Travel & Explore are currently available, History Channel was last month, Oasis / Smithsonian / RadX / HIFI were in December / January, etc. Not bad if you want to grab some shows you wouldn't normally see. Otherwise, only 1 HD channel available.
SD: I thought these would be gone with analog, but I do still get the basic cable versions of SD on qam - network channels mostly, but a few others. Of course free preview channels are showing up, but I just set up the HD version. I do like the SD just because I can sometimes record more than one show in SD at the same time since they share a "channel."
If ancaster above checks, what you see is what you get - and no real channel list online, you just have to do the manual mapping. It takes a bit, but you can generally figure out most quickly with a tv guide. Network channels will have the logo on the screen, making it easier. Make a spreadsheet - my first time I did it on the tv naming the channels, and when we lost power, the mapping was gone with the outage!