I would like to answer the question quickly and then let the other witnesses speak to their sectors more specifically.
You mentioned 35 million consumers, but many of those 35 million people are also farmers. In Canada, in the sector we represent, 90% of farmers directly depend on foreign markets. For those consumers—who are farmers too—competitive access to foreign markets, such as the TPP implies, is very important.
In terms of access to markets, our members are generally open to competition. There was a lot of talk earlier about the balance of trade. I wanted to mention the number 77% to you. This is the percentage increase in our exports in the last 10 years. This increase in exports has contributed directly to an increase of about 50% in farm income in Canada. Trade really is a stimulus in terms of increasing income.