No. Just to understand, you've said a couple of things that are not quite correct. For the administrative monetary penalties and what happens there, there's going to be an investigation by the CRTC. The staff then talks to a commissioner and asks if it is legitimate and so grave or so persistent that we should proceed by way of administrative penalty. The commissioner then says yes or no, and we send it to the alleged violator, saying that we have investigated and here is the evidence we have. We say that we feel they are in violation and their violation requires a fine of x dollars, and we ask them to please send their comments.
They then send their comments. Then, in effect, the accusations by the staff of the CRTC and the defence by the party are put to a panel of three commissioners of the CRTC who have up to that point not been involved and will make a decision. That's the procedure. The appeal to the court of appeal is on any decision of the CRTC, including the AMP decision.