Further to what Duff said, there are certainly small community newspapers across the country that have closed recently. Rainy River Record in Ontario is the most recent example of that. It does strike us that when it comes down to small communities losing their newspapers, perhaps there is a way to form some kind of community foundation to operate the newspaper, to keep that newspaper going so that it can bring local news to that community. I don't know if there is a way of looking at that. It's just a shame to see a newspaper like the Rainy River Record, which has been publishing for 98 years, close its doors just because they can't make it any longer.
I think something has to be examined there. Turning the paper over to a not-for-profit to run it makes more sense to me than having a newspaper close its doors. I think that's certainly food for thought as well for the community.