Earlier I spoke about our provincial objectives, but since we are not at the negotiating tables, I cannot imagine a more important topic of co-operation than this between the Government of Canada, the provinces, and the experienced negotiators. Mr. Johnson can draw a comparison with what was done in Europe. The strategy is established by the players, together. There are 28 tables and each day five to eight of them sit. Every evening after these rounds of negotiation, each negotiator who sat at the table comes to meet with us to tell us what happened at the table on that day, and convey to us what the Mexicans and Americans said, as well as the texts that were exchanged.
These people exchange information with their provincial colleagues. For my part, this is done with Mr. Verheul. We also have access to Ms. Freeland's cabinet and to that of the Prime Minister. It is rather—