You have four questions there, so I'll take them one at a time.
With respect to world-class motor vehicle efficiency standards, I think our notice of intent spoke to our desire to adopt the dominant and high standards used in North America. I think that's important. I think the voluntary agreement has been tougher on pollution than on greenhouse gases. I think you also have to look at the different vehicles, the range of vehicles, that make up the fleet that is the Canadian fleet. Ours is very different from Europe. Ours is very different from Japan. Even the United States is very different from us. So I think we are committed to do better.
Our standards here, with respect to pollution, are certainly better than they are in California today. We took note of the American administration's desire to raise the CAFE standards, and if we could have the California standard, the raised CAFE standard, and the Canadian standard, that would certainly be something that I would be enthusiastic to learn more about. And it would also be better to help pollution in our airshed, given the huge influence of the Ohio Valley airshed that comes up—