Well, let me start by saying, first of all, that we really embrace the notion of an open global market. We recognize that people are getting content, including news content, from anywhere, any time, on any device they would like.
The role of the CRTC is no longer one of gatekeeping, so if there are services in other languages that are available to people, they can get those online in a way that may not not have been the case earlier, when you had to have a licence to offer anything to somebody in Canada.
I think the first principle is that you can get content from anywhere, in any language, if it's available on the Internet, but second, I would think that's where CBC/Radio-Canada has a role to play, in particular with respect to diversity. I would expect that the government, as part of its negotiations with CBC/Radio-Canada, would include in its mandate the appropriate resources for the opportunity for diverse expressions and for inclusion of people with different languages.