I will take that one first.
On reciprocal penalties, I think there are two things to think about. For instance, the railways will say that a very high percentage of the current traffic falls under reciprocal penalties. They are talking about a per car debit/credit.
I'm not speaking for the grain companies, obviously, but I think their conception is bigger. We're not concerned about $200 per car here and there. We're talking about the value of that being $1 million. Let's have something with a bit more skin in the game and on the table.
To my understanding, under the amended process for the arbitrated SLAs under Bill C-49, encouraging.... I'm not aware—that would be commercially confidential—if anyone has stepped up to try to use that new tool in the tool box, but certainly as a concept with a legal backing, it is something I know that the shippers of grain are happy about and pleased with. Again, you might need to talk to them about more of the detailed nuances of it and whether they have started to use it.