Thank you, Mr. Chair.
Welcome, Mr. Goldstein. Thank you for being here today. It allows us to get a little feedback. I have to mention that I was the only Nova Scotia Acadian elected to the House last autumn.
I have several questions for you. The first is about the Internet and it follows up on the questions from my colleagues.
On April 19, you appeared before the CRTC. At that hearing, you indicated that Internet access was not a matter of money or affordability, but rather a poverty issue. Can you explain a little more what you meant by that?