I would defend the quality of journalism in local papers across Canada. I can't speak to every paper that exists and every single story and every single reporter, but generally speaking, we would defend the work they do.
You're right that reporters do move around. We're somewhat nomadic from time to time.
I would briefly comment on the lack of investigative reporting that you point out. It's certainly true that whether we're talking about small newsrooms or large newsrooms and whether we're talking about print, broadcast, or digital, investigative teams are becoming something of a rarity in newsrooms these days in Canada. Canada is not alone in that regard, but we're talking about Canada and even investigative reporters who work on their own are fairly rare these days. That's a function of the expense and the amount of resources that investigative reporters require. We need to work faster in most cases, or at least we're led to believe that we need to work faster and serve digital audiences—