Thank you, Madam Chair.
Mr. Rodrigue, let me go back to the question I raised a little earlier about your investors' brochure. I find that, for some time, we have not been talking enough about how interrelated our system is.
There are champions like yourself. Often, you are asked to make an effort and you reply that you are losing money here and there. That is the reason I asked, when the representatives from Rogers appeared, whether we could be assured that, at the major meetings that the Minister of Canadian Heritage hopes to hold, there will be a conversation that is as transparent as possible about the hats that everyone involved wears. Earlier, if I understood correctly, it was mentioned that, in areas such as distribution and cellphones, the picture is wonderful.
It was also mentioned that moving to the 600 MHz band will result in costs for Bell Media, but that it is still going to generate a fantastic business opportunity for wireless telephone people.
Can we agree that it would be helpful for everyone that, when you are talking to your shareholders and selling shares, you might say that some subsidiaries are going very well and others are going quite badly. We need the complete picture. Basically, would it be helpful to have separate spokespeople for each one?
What do you think, Mr. Rodrigue?