Canada has one of the lowest rates of funding per capita towards public broadcasting in the western world.
If CBC's perspectives are too woke.. its probably because they can only afford unpaid Ryerson/OCAD student interns to run their operation.
In Norway, the CBC's equivalent NRK has like a dozen radio service offerings from NRK's P1 through P3+, kids content, news, sports etc. CBC has Radio 1, CBC Music and the CBC Listen app with its French counterparts and that's it.
CBC TV is so woefully underfunded it has to sell advertising despite being a public broadcaster. That's kind of antithetical to the idea of public broadcasting.
There is a space in the public discourse for media that addresses issues that aren't lowest common denominator or profitable enough to highlight and media that serves all regions (especially remote ones) regardless if there's a commercial market for it or not.