During our public consultations, we heard a lot about changing the sector business model. I imagine that your committee has also heard about this.
The challenge for the government—and for any legislator—is to make the right decisions when the business model changes. One of the impacts digital technology has had on the business model is the fact that some intermediaries have changed or disappeared. That's why it is essential that we take into account these different aspects in the development of a new cultural policy or public policy.
Of course, accountability will lie at the heart of our approach. Nevertheless, you have to understand that the Department of Heritage oversees 17 government agencies, and each of these must of course be accountable.
I think that my colleague was also referring to official languages. The matter of accountability for groups receiving funding under the roadmap is being studied by another committee. This issue is being studied in the course of our development of a new plan of action which will come into effect in 2018.