Thanks, Mr. Rundel. I appreciate your time.
This proves once again that access to Internet service in rural communities is an essential utility that we all have to work on. Certainly, the COVID situation has shown that in our committee meetings as well.
I want to thank our witnesses for being with us today. It's much appreciated.
To my colleagues, have a great weekend. Before you sneak off, I have a reminder. You should have been given the second version of the BRM letter we're sending to the minister. It should have been in your email this morning. Please review it quickly. If you have any changes, please get them back to the analyst by 9 a.m. on Monday, so we can discuss them at Tuesday's committee meeting, which is bright and early for Alistair and me in western Canada at 11 a.m. eastern time, which is 9 a.m. for me and 8 a.m. for Alistair.
I hear that the Internet works way better earlier in the morning.
We'll see you all next week. Have a great weekend.