Hearings are public. We had a hearing in Gatineau yesterday, and your colleague, Ms. Lavallée, was in attendance. There was a theme. A notice was published indicating that we would be talking about vertical integration and its potential effects, with a view to determining whether the CRTC's current tools for resolving issues are adequate. We invite everyone to attend. People send in written briefs and let us know whether they wish to make an oral presentation. We listen to what they have to say, we ask questions, and so on. At the end, based on the information received, we decide whether or not there is a problem. It is possible that some tools need to be clarified or changed. If it's something that we have no control over, we will then ask the government to give us the legislative powers we need to tackle the issues.
On November 18th, 2010. See this statement in context.