I don't disagree with you. I just really put the point that instead of looking at it from the CRTC's end, maybe the other perspective is to say that we're moving into a very different era here with respect to broadcast policy. International formats, international stations--radio and television, movies and the like--are going to be ubiquitous in Canada because of the Internet, and maybe the solution then is to say we're not going to attack it from a regulatory point of view, as you suggested. Instead we're going to maybe take a look at putting more resources into the public broadcaster as a way to counteract the flood of foreign content that I think will be inevitable.
On May 13th, 2008. See this statement in context.