They can be useful in all our areas of operations, because essentially, as the chairman indicated in his opening remarks, we have three methods, some of which are very light and some of which are far too heavy, depending on the situation.
We can certainly use it, hopefully as a deterrent; just the basic issue of an administrative monetary penalty existing can serve as a deterrent, as with our others. It's not our first choice to jump on that, as a rule. Certainly we've had issues of building access, situations in which you want a competitor to enter into a building where the incumbent company is providing roadblocks. That would certainly be one that would allow the consumers greater choice. I think you were talking about violence as the last issue, but any issue related to content and whether it's inappropriate content certainly can be helped with monetary penalties.
Quite frankly, it could help in all of our areas. It could be making sure you file and are up to date on your Canadian content and you're up to date and capable of respecting your conditions of licence with respect to Canadian content development. There are funds or levers you use to promote Canadian content.
You can use it in all the areas where people fail to comply. It's a very small minority of companies and broadcasters, and that's where we'd like to be more precise in dealing with those who do not comply, as opposed to setting regulations and having large hearings that apply to everybody.