That’s really a function of OTA availability.
Because of the way broadcasting is set up in Canada (content and the ‘pipes’ are owned by the same 3 companies) as well as the lower population, there are fewer (or no) OTA channels available for Canadians.
The entire list is here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Canadian_television_stations#Digital
Folks in Toronto and Montreal have the biggest selection and we have a good number of customers in other major cities like Ottawa. There are a few spots near the border (shout out to Windsor) that have good coverage too.
Kind of hard when there are more polar bears than OTA towers there.