Let me just add, one of the interesting results, I would say, or consequences of having the formal mandate on the marine side of 5% and 10% is it's galvanized people.
It's galvanized my department. It enabled us to go forward with the budget and say, folks, if we're going to do this, we absolutely have to have a reinvestment.
It's galvanized the town. Our colleagues around this table have come together to say, God, how on earth are we going to do this? It's moved us out of, I guess we'll get to this one next year, and this one next year. It got us out of our comfort zone and thinking about different things.
It's galvanized the stakeholders. We've had environmental groups come and say, we can help. Here are some thoughts. We've had the fisheries industry, the oil and gas industry, and others come and say, okay, we get it. This is going to happen. This didn't use to happen. They've said, we could help, and If you could just do it this way.
Without having that in the public domain, it would be much harder. It's still going to be enormously difficult. We do have a lot of science work done and a lot of prep work done. We have the provinces. We've re-established that group. It's galvanized everyone, and that's actually made a huge difference.
I share the optimism. I would say, and I've often said to our own staff, that we're really excited about this, and we're also a little bit terrified. Our objective is to keep this higher than this, and to keep everybody moving—and so far, so good.