That will conclude it.
The role of the federal government is to change the mandate of CBC to 100% Canadian and fund CBC to 100%; cause the CRTC to relax regulations on the private broadcasting sectors, especially those related to Canadian content, providing an incentive for broadcasters to produce and air high-quality Canadian productions; cause the CRTC to enact a fee-for-carriage regime for conventional broadcasters and end piracy of local and cross-border signals; cause the CRTC to freeze applications for any new services until the present crisis has passed and stability returns to the private sector; provide adequate funds for broadcasters for building digital infrastructure to allow them to transition their facilities without hardship, and provide a set-top box subsidy for the public; and enter into a government-funded television advertising campaign to educate the public about the migration to digital.
And finally, the government needs to act quickly and decisively to resolve the matter of defined benefit pension insolvencies. Plans with perfectly healthy going concern positions are calculated as being insolvent, resulting in huge special payments that are draining the working capital of broadcasters with these plans.
Thank you. I'd be happy to answer any questions.