I think it's important for us to do our best to ensure that regulatory programs and taxes are competitive and that we try to do things to make our farmers and industries as competitive as possible in international markets.
I think it is true that you can have large farms in other countries—not just the United States, but others as well—with economies of scale, but I think our producers and our industries in agriculture say they're as good as anybody else at farming and processing, so that if we have fair trading rules, they'll compete. Some countries will have competitive advantages on some products. Fair enough, let them bring products into Canada, but we're going to allow our industries to choose where they have a competitive advantage. We have a terrific advantage at the moment in terms of the credibility Canada has on food safety and the quality of our products. So our farmers and our industry will say, “Give us fair trade rules and access to markets tariff free, and we'll compete.”