Ms. Ramsey, this might answer part of your question, since you were cut off, unfortunately.
First of all, of course we don't want to make bad deals, and we don't want to attract hit-and-run investment. However, it's important to recognize that the Canadian economy would probably collapse if it weren't for the affiliates of foreign companies, which represent over 30% of all exports from Canada. We need to continue to attract foreign affiliates to open offices, factories, warehouses, and plants. If we can get head offices, it's even better.
We have a healthy economy of foreign affiliates in Canada. We have a model to take from. I think what we, and especially I, need to do is to travel to every province in Canada. I need to do that to understand what someone from New Brunswick, for example, might be looking for as a foreign investment in Canada. I'm a bit ignorant today, but armed with the right tools, if I'm able to sit in front of the right people in the right countries, whom I can incentivize along with some of your colleagues in New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, or some of the smaller provinces, I would love to do that. Part of my own goal is to visit places I haven't visited, to meet people I haven't met, to understand what their economies look like and what they would like to see as foreign investment, and to see if we can be of some assistance in trying to generate that.