Yes, it's coast to coast, and I speak to publishers across the country. I've been through the chairs in Alberta. I was the president here 20 years ago now, maybe 30, and the national president in the mid-1990s, so I know lots of publishers across the country. Every one is dealing with the same issue. Everyone is concerned about this one issue that we talked about early on, and that is the actual government advertising itself. That has dried up, as I said earlier.
I don't really understand it. Dennis and I appeared in Regina at the Public Policy Forum round table chaired by Edward Greenspan. I suggested to them at that time that if anybody in Ottawa was to simply phone a CAO from any one of our communities and ask them how they communicated with their residents, I'm certain they would all say, “We use the local newspaper”. Yet Ottawa, or in our case, Edmonton, has shifted their money to what they would view as a more efficient form of advertising. I did ask Edward Greenspan, “By efficient, is that cheaper? Is that what you mean? They can say they've advertised?” Anyway, that's one area that I think the federal government could help with: just start to use our newspapers to advertise your programs.