You are asking for a political opinion. Clearly, most of Canadian television production has public support, be it through our tax or subsidies system, funding, or other. However, I think that saying that we don't have any private productions or broadcasting is an exaggeration. We are talking about profit-based companies. They take advantage of the existing rules, but they are indeed private companies. I think that there's no doubt about that.
As for the Local Programming Improvement Fund, we have not made the distinction between a public broadcaster and a private broadcaster because, for Canadians, that makes no difference. They want to have local information. They have the right to that information, and we want them to get it, through either a public or a private broadcaster. It makes no difference. That is why both types of broadcasters have access to that funding.