No. Well, the red hair is important, but I couldn't help but think, when the minister was going through the numbers, that some of you guys from the west would think these numbers are awfully small in terms of our exports of canola. However, on the ground in Prince Edward Island it creates a lot of stability for quite a number of producers.
Al, you talked about the difference in the numbers, the stats that are coming out that kind of show that we're.... We know we're exporting more product than we are, especially in the fisheries area. I expect it's because we have to transship either out of New York or out of Halifax, because there's no cargo space in the aircraft coming out of P.E.I. to carry it.
Could you expand on that? Is there anything in a trade agreement that we need to be...? I guess it can't be in the trade agreement, but is there anything on the ground that we need to be doing to perhaps ship more directly from Prince Edward Island, especially in terms of tuna? Tuna is huge.