Certainly, as the chairman of the CRTC said on the opening day of the hearing yesterday, there is the want and there is the need. On broadband itself, there are certain minimal aspects that can be considered an absolute need, but there's a whole lot of “want” in the whole broadband space.
There's a spectrum that we need to consider, and we can't simply say that everyone deserves the highest possible capacity and speed of broadband. It's simply not possible. We are constantly improving, and those improvements will migrate throughout the country, but not at the same steady pace. You will always have certain pockets that have better broadband than others. While there's a certain minimum that needs to be met, there's also significant capacity that will continue to be well beyond that minimum and that we will address from a competitive standpoint. We know we can sell this broadband, so we will continue to invest for that reason. But we will also ensure that no one is left behind.