I think you've hit on the issue right there, and it is a good question from Madam Brosseau, as well. In western Canada, for example, where a lot of the discussion around the implementation of the Emerson report, and so on.... All the commodities forecast growth. We are going to have more soybeans grown in western Canada, for sure. Canola has a big number out there that they have as a target. You can have more corn in western Canada. Pulses are growing. Flax has a strategic plan to increase their presence in western Canada.
The thing the railways have to know is that there is going to be more product to move from western Canada. If we have a situation, as we had a couple of years ago, where we have extremely cold weather and a record crop, then we are going to have another problem on our hands. I think the key element of the CTA review is to look forward and see that we are going to have substantially more production of all commodities in western Canada in the future, and we need to have infrastructure in there to move it to tidewater.