Thank you, Madam Chair.
Thank you for these community television policies, all 170 pages at 2 a.m. today.
I've been adamant in these meetings about dollars to dimes—and we are hearing this every time somebody comes to this table—and the heritage must fit in somewhere. We just heard from Bell. We all know the situation there.
I will say for Bell, if you don't mind me saying so, that they did buy CTV for one thing: content. They need content. That's why they bought it, so don't feel sorry for them. There was a reason why they bought CTV: because they needed content for people, for their websites and their television stations and so on.
Ms. Blais, you talked about a payroll tax credit. How is that going to work? Just bring us up to date.
Everybody who has come to the heritage committee wants a handout. Whether or not it's the local news improvement fund that they had, everybody wants a pot of money, and I don't know where it's coming from. Now you've proposed another one here today. Fill us in on this, because that is the issue that we have faced here for three months from people. It's that there is or isn't a pot of money, but we need another pot of money. Where is this payroll tax credit coming from?