I'm not going to comment on particular taxpayers, but I'd begin by saying that there is nothing wrong in principle with deducting interest. That's all part of the calculation of income. Where that becomes a challenge is where debt is allocated between jurisdictions, which reduces the tax base of a particular jurisdiction at the expense of another, and so on.
That's the thing that we of course look at very carefully, along with other measures. In successive budgets, we bring forward proposals to protect the Canadian tax base.
While I'm not responding directly to your question about specific corporations, I can assure you that we examine and analyze the corporate tax base very carefully to make sure that—