Oh, it's 10%, $115 million.
That's a big whack of money to a service that serves both languages across this country. I wish it were different; I wish the government would change that. I know that in the final passing of the budget they may let up on some of those things.
That's just my message to you, Mr. Chair. I'm sorry.
When you listen to Radio-Canada's French programming, you realize that they provide high-quality, good programs. I have seen that our young artists are being showcased more and more. We have discovered that there is a whole pool of culture amongst francophones in Quebec that we were totally unaware of when I was young. It is wonderful to see that, it is exciting.
It shows that we have two solitudes coming together, because often you hear French and English in productions. I know the program is not on the air on CBC, but Belle et Bum is a fine example of bringing francophones and anglophones together. They're artists and they need to be discovered and enjoyed.
Don't let Radio-Canada go down.