There are a lot of moving parts in market dynamics in any part of the country. I was trying to highlight the fact that the rigidity of a CPI indexed excise won't necessarily work well in every jurisdiction, and looked at Atlantic Canada, which has demographics that are shifting with an aging population. There are job challenges in certain pockets of Atlantic Canada and in Newfoundland with the collapse of oil prices. In the last five years there have been a whole bunch of reasons why it wouldn't be the time to automatically—without thinking, without analyzing, without studying the impact—increase taxes. That's the point I was trying to make.
If we look at Atlantic Canada, sales have declined by 3.5% and CPI has increased by 5.5%. The dynamics of the situation in that sector of the country are that we'd be increasing taxes at a time when they're trying to adjust to changing market conditions that aren't necessarily positive.