Thank you very much, Mr. Chair.
Mr. Finn and Mr. Cory, thank you very much for coming and being with us today.
Good morning, Ms. Hardy.
Since last year, a lot of work has been done by both companies. You didn't wait for Bill C-49 to pass to adopt measures and try to correct a situation that was of great concern to farmers and grain producers.
You have already admitted that there are significant challenges this year due to the late grain harvest. What makes a railway company give priority to one customer over another? That's the question I get asked the most. You said there was an increase in demand in all sectors. What guides a railway company in its decision to move grain or oil?
Mr. Finn can answer first, then Ms. Hardy.