I'm going to deal a little with Glacier because you have a number of properties in the province of Saskatchewan, where I'm from. It's funny because we just got The Western Producer into the office this week. It hasn't changed much over the years. I have to admit to you that it's the bible in our province. It always has been for farming. It always will be. It's thick; there are lots of ads. You're doing okay with that niche, I would think.
Maybe talk about that. As I said, that has always been the paper that farmers have gone to in western Canada. It's interesting because I was in media prior to being an MP. We used to get all the local newspapers in the province into the newsroom so we could pick away at your stories that you had done over the last week or two. We don't do that anymore. Yesterday I was in the Library of Parliament where I saw all the major newspapers in the country, but I didn't see the second tier of newspapers. I may be wrong; they may be there. I didn't spend a lot of time. If I wanted to see some of those secondary newspapers, it certainly wouldn't be in the Library of Parliament.
I see you've done fairly well on The Western Producer, but I know that your mining papers are suffering right now because of the commodities situation.