I won't answer on what's being discussed, but what I expect.... You know, with Europe, the provinces opened up on subnational procurement, including on Hydro-Québec, a sacred cow for Quebec. The quid pro quo, though, was access to a market of 500 million people. That's a market that's as important dollar-wise as the United States. In the TPP we opened up, but we have access to countries to which we never had access, such as Japan and other countries.
NAFTA exists. It's existed for 25 years. Our position at this point in time is, yes, theoretically we could open it up at the table under one condition: la reciprocité. It has to be mutual. If we're going to open up market access for subnational governments, for provincial governments in Canada, are they going to open up Buy American provisions and are they going to open it up for the States for procurement? If the answer is no, we shouldn't open it up. If the answer is yes, we should consider it.