Again, it comes back to this. Mr. McKay made the comment about how, in the flooding in Manitoba, Winnipeg was the most affected. I would argue that point. I would say it's outside Winnipeg that it actually has the most effect, and that is on the working landscape.
Again, in conversations with those who are working on that landscape, who are being affected on an ongoing basis now with overland flooding, is that something you're also seeing uptake on? Are you seeing a growing knowledge of this in the agricultural community, that some of this work on wetland rehabilitation would also be for their benefit, small pieces here and there that would actually save them from major flooding across their fields over the years?