I threw a few ideas down here, and Dennis did as well. He may want to speak to this.
I even thought, could we make it attractive for newspaper owners to turn their businesses into foundations or trusts that would allow the community to own a newspaper if it came to that? They do exist. The Guardian in the U.K. is a trust. The Tampa Tribune is part of the Knight Ridder trust. There are models out there. That is just one idea.
Minister Sheila Copps, I think, back in the mid-1990s, brought in the Foreign Publishers Advertising Services Act, and that pretty much ended the ability of Canadian advertisers to advertise in American publications. We remember it was Time, Sports Illustrated. The content was already done and they were just flipping out ads from the American version to the Canadian. That particular law ended that. There may be some other ways to do that.
When it comes to the tax system, I'm curious about how much tax the Canadian government collects from Google and Facebook.
We watched what went on with Apple just recently, headquartered in Ireland. They're paying 0.005% tax. I watched a parliamentary committee in the U.K. the other day. They were interviewing a Google executive, who was making the argument that all the transactions actually happen in Ireland. The committee was saying the business is being done in Britain. There has to be things that we can do with our tax system to have a fair distribution of digital Internet revenue.