There's no doubt about it, The Western Producer has been a good paper for us. When we bought it, we had over 85,000 subscribers. Today we have under 50,000. Obviously there has been consolidation even in the farming, with fewer farmers and bigger tracts. We used to publish nearly 100 pages of classified ads every week. We're now down to about 20, so there's been a significant change in that operation as well.
We now engage many of our farmers through digital media. As a matter of fact, we recently invested in a weather company. We operate more weather stations in Canada than Environment Canada does. We are trying to broaden our offerings to ensure that our audiences are growing in their reliance on our products and the information we have, certainly on the business press like The Western Producer.
Why our papers aren't in the Library of Parliament, I have no idea. You know, I do remember the day when Parliament actually paid subscriptions to have them mailed to the Library of Parliament. I'm not sure whether that was a cutback at your end or my end; I don't know.