We've been working every day, every night, every weekend on our industrial plan and the compliance mechanisms, one of which is the domestic carbon market. We're going to do our homework, we're going to consider the competing options, and we'll come forward in very short order with a particular proposal. I take my responsibility seriously. I think Canadians would expect that any new minister take a short but reasonable period of time to be briefed on the issues.
I think there are many advantages to it. But when you look at one compliance mechanism, you have to look at it compared to others. Would you use a science and technology approach? Would you use a research and development fund? We're not interested in a carbon tax, but what other compliance mechanisms would you use? We'd consider this in that context.
Certainly there are some benefits to it. I think when we come forward with the targets, part of industry's capacity to meet those targets will be related to what the compliance mechanisms are, and obviously the domestic carbon market is a significant proposal towards that end.