I'll start, and then my colleague will pick up. She's worked in the production industry for many years.
The main distinction we were trying to draw was between service productions and productions that count as contributing to Canadian culture. Service productions are great in the sense that jobs are created, there is employment, there is production capacity, and it's great for the Canadian economy. We don't want to take away anything from the contributions that have been made by organizations like Netflix and others, that have decided to invest in Canada to make those service productions.
That has nothing to do with cultural policy because the key creative positions, the writers, the actors and directors, are not held by Canadians. If we're trying to make sure that in a world of endless choices and voices there are Canadian choices, then those productions that we're saying they should invest in must meet the definition of Canadian content, in which case the key creative positions would have to be held by Canadians.
I'll let my colleague carry on.