Thank you very much, Madam Chair.
I'm in a bit of a unique situation. I have Rogers for my business cellphone, I've got Xplornet for my home and I have Telus for my home and personal service as well. Unfortunately, all of them have been causing me issues and concerns, but that's what we're used to when we live in a rural part of Canada, especially when so many people are using the system at this particular point in time.
As Mr. Longfield indicated earlier, we did have a study on broadband, and I was part of that group. We were also at the U.S. Senate hearings on broadband services for rural and remote communities.
The first question I would like to ask is to Cogeco, because it has a presence in both the U.S. and Canada. When we're talking about regulatory issues, do you find there are some things that occur in the U.S. that make it easier there than in Canada?