Okay, that is a figure that a lot of us just can't find, right? When we're trying to figure out your assertions that you can't build out rural broadband—and it's not just you, it's other companies as well—if certain criteria don't happen, it's a bit of a false dichotomy for us.
I guess what I'm saying is that I think you guys are making money. We certainly see that in your dividend reports when we look at them. I'm not saying that's a bad thing. There consistently seems to be, again, this policy tension between the larger incumbents and smaller providers that are trying to provide access or rural Internet. It always seems like rural Internet is the thing that is at risk whenever there's a change in policy or a CRTC decision.
I want to go back to your comments to my colleague, Mr. Dreeshen. You characterized your CEO's comments to the CRTC as not a threat. I'm going to read as it was reported in a Global News article on February 20 of this year. Your CEO “ended the presentation with a flourish, by volunteering to submit the Telus board’s instructions for managers to start making plans for cutting spending and jobs if the CRTC chooses MVNOs over facilities-based carriers.” If I'm correct, the CRTC made that decision with regard to some potentially detrimental price activities that may have been engaged in.
Wouldn't you characterize that as a threat? How are we, as legislators, supposed to work with you in managing the access when that's the tactic and the response that's coming out of your company?