I didn't say it would be better to have it in Toronto. In fact, I haven't been briefed on Toronto. I have been lobbied on Quebec's suggestion of Montreal. You've been one of many who have done that.
The minister of the environment in Quebec called me after my nomination and asked if I would have an open mind to considering ideas that had been ruled out in the past, and my answer was yes. I then met with him and heard about some of the exciting initiatives that Quebec is undertaking. I also met with my colleague from Ontario and heard about some of the exciting initiatives that Ontario is looking at. I've kept an open mind on that, and I'll take your concerns back to the table to discuss with my colleagues.
I think there are certainly a lot of arguments that can be made for the domestic carbon market, and when we come forward with those industrial targets in the weeks ahead, in a month or two ahead, we will talk about compliance mechanisms. But right now we don't have regulations, so on the compliance mechanism, we'd be a bit ahead of ourselves.