I'm going to deal with the Canada Post situation. It's timely.
We've had a situation in the city of Saskatoon where we weren't sure about the Canada Post disruption or not, so a free newspaper had to reach out to the community for volunteers just to deliver their product. It was funny, because Transcontinental was at a meeting a couple of months ago—maybe four or five now—and we talked about flyers, inserts. In a lot of newspapers, as you know, without the inserts, you're dead. That's where a lot of the money is coming from in your industry.
Canada Post, I understand, has made it very difficult for these inserts in your newspapers. I want you to talk about that. As I said, having inserts or flyers is where the money is being made. I should also say Transcontinental really didn't address that situation, because a week later they sold all their Saskatchewan holdings to a company in Alberta. Anyway, you may be aware of that.