There are no Canadian stations I am aware of that broadcast unique subchannels.
CFTV is a non-profit Community Broadcaster in Leamington that carry 4 channels total, 80% Can Con with 60% local coverage in multiple languages, English/French/Spanish, with some Aboriginal content as well representing the First Nations groups in their locale.
Hard to believe how the price of televisions has dropped in most cases. Our first colour television in 1963 cost around $1600. 20 inch RCA round screen in a metal box and only one station from Watertown, New York. broadcasting several shows a week from CBS in colour. Those were the good old days!!
What good is a TV that just connects to wifi? It needs software to display anything, even if it's just a Miracast or Chromecast app. My ideal TV these days is one that just has HDMI inputs. Don't need a tuner. Don't need any streaming apps. I'll add the programming sources myself.
Are any such no-tuner monitors available in the consumer market and from what stores?
@ jacjames I remember watching a rerun of the Get Smart TV show and in one episode they show a 14 inch color TV selling for $300. That show ran from '65 to '70 but still it is dramatic how the prices have changed.