Exactly. I look forward to that.
Mr. von Finckenstein, we are looking at the access to information request to the CBC, because my Conservative colleagues have rightly pointed out that taxpayers' money is invested and taxpayers should get benefits. So there's a question about the CBC.
Taxpayers pay millions to the private broadcasters, as you well know, through the Canada Media Fund and the local programming improvement fund. There are hundreds of millions in benefits from section 19.1 of the Income Tax Act. It has created a protected market free from competition. Of course, there are hundreds of millions further in films and documentaries that are often shown on television. So the issue of transparency for taxpayers is vitally important.
Would you agree that some information requested from a private broadcaster or a public broadcaster should not be given out because the information could be expected to prejudice the competitive position of a third party?