Pricing externalities is a bit of an economist's fun game. It's not entirely unreasonable but still an interesting intellectual exercise. It also strikes me that the work that you do in retaining and slowing down runoff is a valuable good and service. I'm thinking particularly of Manitoba, for instance, where the lower part of Manitoba seems to flood on a pretty regular basis at extraordinary costs to the people particularly of Winnipeg. Again have you engaged in any conversations with anybody as to the value of those services that you provide?
On June 16th, 2015. See this statement in context.