Thank you for the question.
APTN is a full member of the Independent Broadcast Group, but they're solely focused on television, not radio. The radio business is a very, very tough business, and with COVID, if I take the example of Stingray, we're going to see revenue decline about 50% to 60% compared to last year. Unfortunately, we had to let go a little over 100 employees temporarily, because even with the wage subsidy, maintaining operations is very difficult.
I understand what you're facing in the northern territories, because operating a transmitter north of Yellowknife is as expensive as operating a transmitter in downtown Toronto, and your audience obviously is not the same. To restore that level of service that you used to have, in my opinion, you should take the view of operating what we would call community radio stations that can be subsidized by provincial and federal authorities. I know that's something—