Thank your for the question. I'll offer a couple of observations, and then I'll turn to my colleague to see if she wants to add any more.
There are a number of different considerations, but most of them are economic-based—that is, the level of investment between Canada and another country is probably the primary driver of whether to have a treaty or not. We seek to prioritize the countries with which we have the greatest investment, or they in us, as treaty partners or for treaty updates.
The age or vintage of our treaty is also a factor, so in the case of Israel, it's a 41-year-old treaty. As a consequence, it's not surprising it's a little bit out of date with respect to current Canadian treaty policy and presumably in relation to Israel as well. That is a factor in identifying our priorities.
The other consideration, of course, is a shared interest. We may be very interested in having a negotiation with another country, but it might not be interested in having one with us, or vice versa. There needs to be that mutual desire for treaty negotiations to get those launched.