Mr. Speaker, unfortunately, that is irrelevant. I am sorry, but that is not what we are talking about.
By reducing the space reserved for broadcasting Canadian content, the CRTC is making a dramatic change to the public policies that were put in place to support creation here in Canada. He is talking about jobs, but we are talking about culture.
The result is that producers and creators are being put at risk. Our television programming will reflect who we are less and less.
Is the minister aware that although talking about jobs for Canadians may be part of her role, her main priority should be to protect and promote the diversity of our cultural sovereignty here in Canada?