It's with mistrust of "mainstream" media in general, IMO. However, that speaks to a much broader issue in terms of media literacy and it's an issue that doesn't just affect Canada. Our proximity to the US helps nothing, as that dumpster fire burns hot and bright enough to negatively influence our sociopolitical and media landscapes.
Those who seem not to trust what's reported by major news/media outlets in Canada rarely, if ever, substantiate their claims of political bias or favouritism with anything of substance. Anecdotal or hyperbolic statements isn't evidence, much in the same way opinion pieces aren't. Factual reporting should be what matters above all else and the Big 3 here in Canada (CBC News, CTV News, and Global News) all have solid reputations of verifiably factual reporting.
Anyway, speaking of the Murica Dumpster Fire burning Canada:
What an oxygen thief.