The $75 billion and $85 billion numbers came from the economic strategy tables that had eminent blue ribbon folks on the panel and from consultation with the industry. Those are external folks who are looking at this with more of a global perspective.
As far as planning goes, we have a strategic plan with canola, which we rolled out several years ago. It's communicated. It's the way the whole industry—from farmers to exporters to seed folks—are all working toward a common plan. The railways know this.
On the shippers side, we heard that again this morning. On a day-to-day, quarterly and annual basis, there is that communication. I think it's clear among all parties that we're on a growth trajectory, but how do we, year to year, provide a landscape in which we can actually succeed and, first, transport the goods year to year, but second, keep incrementally moving toward that vision of bigger and better things?