We have enjoyed a forum where the major players that consist of our value chain round table have really been able to be in one place at one time, and that's very important. As producers, we often suspect that everybody else in the value chain is very profitable except us, but by getting to know our partners in the value chain better and understanding their concerns, it has been very educational for my end of the business, which is the production end.
I think the ability to actually get very important things done from a producer point of view seems to take time, and of course, difficult problems often do, for example, fixing the ability for containers to move our product much more efficiently by rail as opposed to truck. We think there are solutions, but there's a whole infrastructure that needs to be modified to make those things happen. We're seeing some of the concerns that we brought up that involved regulation and how we certify products going overseas, and I think Mr. Toews expressed this earlier. Some of the changes being made to CFIA are pretty exciting. Again, it takes time for these things to happen, but we are seeing a response, which is very positive.