Thank you, Mr. Chairman.
Thank you, Mr. von Finckenstein.
I want to continue the conversation you just had with Mr. Chong. I think I agree with Mr. Chong that we're already there. I don't think it's going to be, I think we're there already. There will have to be decisions made on what the CRTC is going to have to stand for.
I would assume that part of your mandate is to control or to monitor or to police Canadian content. I just don't see how you can do that for all broadcasters who are Canadian-owned, because there's going to be a global competition. Sure there are going to be people interested in Calgary news, like they are for Montreal news and Toronto news, but that's just a fraction of the market. Once you get your half-hour news clip and your newspaper on the Internet, I'm not sure if there's much more demand than that.
Maybe this is simplistic, but how are you going to continue to regulate the Canadian content?