Mr. Speaker, first, I have been in this portfolio only a few weeks now. Second, what frankly amazes me is that, if we were to follow the policy described by the hon. member across the floor, we would be totally at odds with the cultural policy as proposed by such bodies as the Union des artistes.
I trust that the hon. member does not wish to endanger Canadian culture with a policy which could indeed place the telecommunications and broadcasting industries in a situation which would place Canadian content at risk. I hope that does not reflect the Bloc's policy.