To the Telus representative, you spoke about policies that undermine an investment strategy and how that's going to cause problems in the future. You also spoke about the regulatory environment and how it has to become easier to work with. After listening to the Cogeco people, I think you probably would have some ideas there.
Of course, you also mentioned that you're not making any threats, but we have to make sure that the regulatory environment is stable. I don't know whether you've made those same kind of statements to urban Canadian networks. There's this promise to reduce the rates by 25% for consumers. The issue there is that, as you are perhaps saving for those particular customers, you're just making it harder and harder for rural people.
Again, when we look at the service we have, it has been unreliable. Urban and rural areas don't have what you advertise. They don't have very good broadband Internet access. Is it a technology issue or a regulatory issue? What role do you see the government playing to help eliminate this digital divide we see between rural and urban areas?