I have seen this in the past but it generally fixed itself after a reboot. You could also try rerunning the TV setup where you put in your postal code and pick your provider, which is likely Shaw.
My solution (although the problem was a bit different) was called SageTVSomewhere, there has to be a solution to this issue.
The Media Center services use that folder. That was why I mentioned needing to stop those services before trying to rename the folder. (Control Panel, Administrative Tools, Services...look for Windows Media Center Receiver Service and Windows Media Center Scheduler service...Right-click on each service and select Stop). I just tried it on my PC and I renamed my eHome folder to eHome.bak.I get an error message telling me that the program is open somewhere and so I can't change the folder name. There are no other programs using the file/folder that I am aware of.