As you know, from the first days of our coming in as a government, we wanted to make sure that we understood the biggest risks to Canadians. We see the housing market as being something we have to be very vigilant about. We've taken two separate sets of measures in doing that. The first one was to deal with down payments for homes between $500,000 and $1 million. The more recent measures, as you've identified, are to put stress testing on mortgages, and to ensure that people are only claiming the principal house capital gains tax exemption.
They're intended to deal with the long-term stability of the market and with pockets of risk that we've seen emerge. It's gone, largely in the early stages, as we might have expected, but I will say that we need to remain very carefully focused on the impacts, and we will do so. That'll be our continuing promise to Canadians, that we will work to manage the risks as best we can so that their most important investment is protected for the long term.