Sure, and just to defend my colleague Mr. Dreeshen's honour because he's such a good guy, and I know he really cares about Internet access, I would like to point you to an article that was written on February 25 by Dr. Geist. It's called “Who Runs Canadian Telecom Policy Anyway?: Why the Telus Threats at the CRTC Will Backfire”. Because I don't have enough time, I won't go through all of it, but he does go through several examples of threats that Telus has made over the years in CRTC hearings with regard to throttling back either investment or whatnot.
I would just wave the white flag here. I think we're all tired of some of the bullying tactics that have been put forward, and we need to have a plan that delivers service to rural Internet providers. Big incumbents operate in a highly regulated environment, so how can we manage to give access to everyone in a short period of time while that continues to work?
I guess I would just ask you for maybe a collegial response versus the confirmation bias response that I got before.