We should remember, as Jim said, that the companies we represent engage with the federal government on very particular kinds of procurement, and they tend to be high-dollar-value, high-complexity procurements. There are some concerns, like the ones Louis expressed, that a lot of our members don't have. That doesn't mean they are not important.
I don't think the system is broken. We tried to portray it fairly well in our remarks. I think it has actually gotten a lot better in the last few years. Most of the trends we see are positive, but I don't think we should believe that we have gotten all the way as far as we should.
I certainly give Canada's system a passing grade, but I also think that work continues to need to be done.