I'm not Canadian so I can never dispute what is asked on a Canadian Census.
Certainly not asked on a US census though.
Noone has ever asked me how many TV's, Antennas, satellite dishes, cables hookups, telephone lines, cellphones, microwaves, refrigerators, bathrooms, whatever,
that I have in the house on a US Census.
They count people, not gadgets.
If I had a satellite dish, a cable hookup and an OTA antenna, how would ya determine what I "rely" on, or even watch the most?
How do ya even know how many TV's are in the house?
The fact of the matter is, that if Canadian and US TV Signals weren't propagating across the border, there wouldn't be Canadian TV Ads aimed at
Americans and vice versa, but there is. Therefore OTA is big enough to catch someone's (advertisers) attention.