One item that was outlined very early on after the election, when I met with a few of the telecom providers, was that the country—and they had a map—is broken into territories, almost, when RFPs were put out and broadband was awarded to certain companies. One of them, they pointed out, was that there's a Toronto district—I'm going to call it a district for lack of a better word—and that included Stouffville and other rural areas around Toronto. When the companies bid on access, the result was, in that district, that their investment would be in downtown Toronto because the ROI in an urban area was far stronger than it would be to expanding its network into a rural area like Stouffville, or now north of Stouffville.
I'm not sure whom to ask the question to. Can you comment on that, as to how these are awarded, how you break up the different areas across the country when these RFP processes are undertaken?