That's a good question. Our main activity is to invest in the regions. Obviously, the population density is lower there than in urban areas. We are committed to investing in the regions.
The farther away you go from major centres, the more you find regions that are underserved or not served at all. Of course, this costs even more, hence the importance of establishing partnerships with the various levels of government. Over the past year, I think there has been an impetus on the part of the federal and provincial governments to work together. Everyone can work together.
We made recommendations regarding the federal connect to innovate program. The next program is the universal broadband fund. We have made recommendations to improve the programs, including clarifying the criteria, which we sometimes found to be too vague.
We also want to make sure that this program is technologically flexible and that we don't necessarily focus on the transport infrastructure, but on the final points to be connected. The network needs to be flexible, both in terms of its backbone and the last mile, to meet the connectivity needs of Canadians.
We have made recommendations. We need to continue to work collectively, all together, to address connectivity needs.