Certainly I would say that we work basically on a daily basis with colleagues across the government, most notably and maybe to your question with departments such as Transport Canada, to help identify where we might be seeing emerging impacts. We do this anytime there are economic challenges, and this one is obviously emerging and developing day by day in terms of the impacts.
I think one of the things we've learned is that a lot of these things can be quite regional and local in nature, indeed with respect to some of the pressure points. Part of it is having good intelligence across the country in terms of where we're seeing pressure points and trying to figure out sometimes specific local or regional solutions to some of the barriers we're seeing, whether those are around getting supplies from processors to retail shelves or getting them from farms to processors, or whether it's getting input. It will depend a little bit on the situation, but we certainly will keep in pretty close contact with—