I would say that, on one level, what we are proposing is good for everyone. Then we recommend that the future regulatory entity, which we want to call the “Canadian Communications Commission”, refine that. There are a lot of things we haven't specified, such as percentages and quotas. We aren't excluding them, but we feel that it's up to the new entity to specify them.
For those who don't know, Ms. Prégent is president of the Union des artistes du Québec. The fragile nature of the francophone market is due to the fact that it has difficulty selling its products in anglophone markets. We must redouble our efforts in terms of promotion, discoverability and the opening of new markets, including in the francophonie.