Thank you, Minister.
Last July, when President Trump alluded to the use of section 232 and specifically tweeting about the dumping of steel and aluminum, it was considered at that time that he was focused on China, but Canada did not change our country of origin marking with respect to these dumping concerns until May 2018, a full year later.
When Mr. Hoback and I went to Washington in February, we were bringing up steel and aluminum tariffs with many officials for the first time. That is what they said. When did Canada start reacting to the threat posed by section 232 tariffs and the administration's concerns about steel from outside North America?