Thank you, Madam Speaker. Well, it is a bit late, Madam Speaker. As far as I can tell, over $100,000 has gone to one favoured publication. I'm interested in how the Premier's office functions. I sent her, without making a big, public deal out of it, a letter saying two of her departments -- for which she has overall responsibility for overseeing -- had spent, by my calculation, $75,000 or $80,000 with this one favourite publication. I said another one is being wooed and this is a letter to say I think it is wrong. Our government stands for making public tenders for these kinds of opportunities. Would she do something about it on an urgent basis.
I would like to ask the Premier, who says now they will do something about it, why wasn't something done back in June, 1993, so that some of the other struggling publishing companies in the north -- including community newspapers and other magazines which are published in the Northwest Territories, like Arctic Circle, for example -- were given the opportunity? Why was my warning not heeded, Madam Speaker? Thank you.