In two minutes it's going to be more a comment than a question, or maybe it will be a question at the end.
Mr. Henderson, you started saying that society could or should be judged on how it treats its artists. I think that's very important, and I agree with you. You also said that very few artists, including musicians, live from their art. It's difficult, and we all know that.
Having said that, I'm surprised that you're opposed to the levy, because in a way the levy is part of this ecosystem. It's not there to solve all the problems, but when I met with Marie Denise Pelletier yesterday, she explained how much of a difference this can make for some people. For others, it's just enough to record another record or something like that.
If you're not against it, then why are you not strongly in support of it?