I will start, if I may.
Of course, that would be helpful for our sector.
I tend to say that we often talk about an anglophone culture and a francophone culture in Canada and in Quebec, but, honestly, culture as such does not exist. What exists are creators of culture. It essentially takes human beings before it can become a national identity.
Sometimes, I get a little annoyed and I say that we have to start stop talking about culture as if it was a jewel in our national crown, our Canada. Culture is by definition intrinsically about the artists and about people. We have to think globally, but, at a certain point, we really have to focus our thinking and ask ourselves who are the people that contribute to our culture. Who are those people?
Too often, we say that we have to improve the socio-economic conditions for the artists, but that is always part of our overall collective thinking. I would like us to take that down to the people with families and with children, those who never manage to earn their living in the sector. At the moment, my impression is that a lot of money is invested in culture, but much less that…