There is a Pacific gateway initiative that has been under way for a couple of years. It has connected the ports of Vancouver and Prince Rupert further north, through the Prairies and into the U.S. Midwest. There's also an Atlantic gateway initiative that is under way to develop and enlarge the port of Halifax. It will bring in container traffic from India, for example, and get them connected by rail through the eastern provinces into Quebec and the other major areas, the United States in particular, and then link in to the rail networks, which will take such cargo into the U.S. Midwest.
So the answer to your question is yes, sir, there are initiatives under way to target infrastructure so the cargo can be linked multi-modally from the ports of Canada--because we'd like to promote port development in Canada--through our rail system, and then as efficiently as possible through the various Canadian and U.S. border points and into the U.S. Midwest.