We're taking two primary areas of activity.
One is the humane trapping standards. If we're talking about trapping, it's important for market access, if you will, to demonstrate to the international community the humaneness of the trapping. I won't go into more detail on that.
The second thing, and we spend most of our time speaking to other countries about this, is the solid management regime we have in place for our harvested wildlife, whether it's migratory birds, whether it's the fur-bearers, whether it's the big or small game that I alluded to earlier. There are solid management regimes in place. I don't think there's a single species that we have in Canada that we would consider endangered because of hunting or trapping.