Canada has a leading policy architecture that is the envy of the world and that people are looking towards. I was just at the OECD, and people are like, “What's going on in Canada?” This combination of carbon pricing, regulations, innovation subsidy programs, methane controls and the ability to tune those to deeper decarbonization is really what people are looking at globally.
The climate leadership policy package in Alberta looks a lot like that. The current federal policy program looks a lot like that. Again, we've tumbled the numbers, and those policy packages are really scalable to deep decarbonization. We see that the vehicle regulations that Prime Minister Harper put in are actually on a trajectory towards deep decarbonization if you take the current annual reductions. We're banning coal, which, again, was an objective and policy of Prime Minister Harper. That is ahead of almost every other country.