Thank you, Mr. Chair, and thank you to our witnesses.
In the regions, we have been working for a long time to ensure that these services are offered to all citizens. Regionally, provincially and federally, we want such services to be accessible to all Canadians. Let's say that I am a farmer, that I live on some concession road in Quebec and that I have had Internet, for example, for a few months, or for a year or two. Given the decision that you made last week, what is the difference between the price that I would have had to pay for this service and the one that I will now have to pay? Is there really a difference? Do you view farmers as business people?