First of all, the Broadcasting Act has a specific section devoted to the CBC, and we obviously have nothing to do with the CBC's financing or CBC programming. But there are certain objectives that are set out for the CBC in the act, and there are all sorts of public interest groups that appear before us, saying, “Make the CBC do that.”
A perfect example is that the CBC has a responsibility for official languages throughout the country, and they are specifically responsible for official minority languages. CTV doesn't have that responsibility, and TVA doesn't have it, etc. CBC has it, and that's why we have an English and French CBC, etc., and also have French CBC in Alberta, for instance—which probably is not a financial success, in the same way that the English CBC in Chibougamau is probably not. It's available; that's part of the mandate.
There are all sorts of special obligations that the CBC has, and we make sure that they live up to them.