Thank you very much.
Thank you, Minister.
I'm so old that when NAFTA was originally negotiated, I was the mayor of a border community, and I remember some of the angst and animosity that grew out of that. Subsequently I was a member of the legislative assembly and a cabinet minister, and I represented the Province of British Columbia on the Pacific NorthWest Economic Region. Having a fair amount of experience with a number of these things and trying to juxtapose what happened 25 years ago with what's happened today, I've been quite encouraged by the way that Canadians with the different political parties have come together and have addressed this situation.
I'm wondering if you can you talk a bit about what Sukh was asking about in terms of the engagement processes that have taken place. I think that the way we do what we do is often as important as what we do, and in some cases more important. Could you describe for me the processes that were engaged in, in terms of addressing it in a sensitive way that captured the values of Canadians in a meaningful way?