Cut public media funding altogether: its present content is too similar to that provided by the available private media, making it too redundant.
If the government refuses to cut public media funding altogether, then convert it to media vouchers that Canadian residents could use to subscribe to participating public media of their choice in any language (including sign languages and indigenous languages) and in any form (including Braille) so as to reduce redundancy in the coverage between public and private media.
Should the Government refuse to eliminate funding and also refuse to let us choose how to spend it, then limit it to essential services (e.g. weather reports and emergency broadcasts in remote areas).
Should the Government refuse to eliminate funding, let us decide how to spend it, or at least limit it to essential services, then direct all funding above and beyond that required to provide essential services towards sign-language, indigenous-language and other media in languages not generally covered by the private sector so as to reduce private-public redundancy in broadcasting.
Maintain the present status quo: I'm out of any other general reform ideas beyond this.