Thank you very much. It's a pleasure to be here, filling in for my colleague Ms. Bonnie Crombie, and it's a pleasure to see you again, Mr. Chair.
As you know, I come from the riding of Brampton--Springdale, which has probably one of the largest multicultural and multilingual communities in the country. From working with many of these constituencies and community organizations, we've had a chance to see that many of these community groups, and ethnic communities in particular, are not necessarily watching the mainstream channels. They are watching their own television programs in the evenings and on weekends, listening to their own radio programs, and reading newspapers in their own languages, to find out what's happening both within Canada and in their particular homelands.
When you talk about diversity of voices and ensuring that the CRTC is there to reflect that changing media landscape, what types of opportunities, outreach strategies, or initiatives has the CRTC undertaken to reach out to some of these groups? Do you have a lot of these media outlets approaching you to get licensed?