You're talking about something that was before my time, first of all. I wasn't at the CRTC in those days. Also, don't forget that it's a different industry. We have competition in the telecom industry. The telecom industry originally involved monopolies, and there were rate regulations, etc. There has been a transition from one to the other. It has been a very difficult transition because the industry has grown from a monopoly provided with rate regulation to an industry where there are multiple competitors. It's not an easy task, and it's gone all over the world. People have experienced trouble making that transition. Nonetheless, the transition has been incredibly beneficial. We have seen an explosion in telephone usage and innovation as a whole, the development of not only the Internet but wireless phones and now other wireless mobile apparatuses.
I don't know to what extent it would serve any purpose to go back to a time when regulation was based on a different industry, but if you want, I can ask my colleague who was at the CRTC to explain it. I wasn't there.