Thank you, Mr. Chairman.
I would like to thank all three of you for being with us again today.
Mr. von Finckenstein, you alluded to vertical integration. In your brief, you say, and I quote:
There is also the possibility that the distribution arm of an integrated company may give undue preference to services offered by its programming service arm, to the disadvantage of outside providers. [...] In the event that a preference has been demonstrated, a reverse onus is placed on the distributor to show that it is not an undue preference.
I am a neophyte in this area: I have never even attended a CRTC hearing. How can a distributor demonstrate that it wasn't undue?