No, that's exactly what we see happening. By necessity, there are going to be a fair number of complicated negotiations, because when it comes down to it, it will have to be the associations that represent the professions who will have to do a lot of the actual negotiation of the terms. Provinces will also have to be involved to some extent, because it's within their jurisdiction that these issues fall.
But the notion will be that we do get agreements—and we will have to go profession by profession—that will allow an architect from Canada to work anywhere in the EU and an architect from the EU to work anywhere in Canada, and the same with various other professions.
So it will take some time to actually work through those things, but we're very ambitious in this area.