Doha, Qatar is seven hours ahead of EDT, which means that most events will usually take place during the daytime in Canada. The full schedule can be found here. Friday is primarily qualification rounds, with the exception of the women’s marathon, which begins at midnight local time or 5 p.m. EDT.
— Aaron Kingsley Brown (@KingsleySC) September 26, 2019
The first day of competition, Friday, September 27, will be a busy day for Canadians, with 12 athletes competing in various event preliminaries (including Andre De Grasse and Aaron Brown in the 100m, Lindsey Butterworth in the 800m, Gen Lalonde, Maria Bernard-Galea and Regan Yee in the 3,000m steeplechase and Justyn Knight and Moh Ahmed in the 5,000m) and the women’s marathon (Lindsay Tessier, Melanie Myrand and Sasha Gollish).
The live stream can be found here via CBC media player.