It's definitely about renewal. It's every bit as relevant as ever. Back in the day, when community radio and TV were instituted, they were teaching media skills training on the latest media of the day at that time. It's even more complex now. You still need to know how to create audio, to edit, and to shoot and edit video content, whether you're distributing it on television or in all these different platforms that Nathalie talked about.
Now we have genuinely new media. Gaming has taken over in terms of the size of the film and television industries in Canada. There are new skills and there are new platforms and tools that are going to keep proliferating. For Canadians to keep up with that, to create their own content but also just to do things like fill out their tax return, there has to be somewhere where people can go for lifelong digital media skills training at the community level.