Thank you very much for your question.
I think that the magnitude of the IRA and the amount of money in the IRA is pretty mind-blowing. Quite frankly, it's not just about Canada. It is something that everyone else is paying attention to around the globe. I think we need to know what we're dealing with, which is what I said previously. We need to study and look at the impact on Canada and on workers in Canada.
It would be very logical to say that we cannot match, dollar for dollar, what the Americans are doing, so we need to be strategic. We need to really invest in people and in workers and make sure that those jobs are good jobs that we have in Canada.
One thing that advantages us in Canada is that—I know that this might not sound like a direct sort of impact—we have everything to actually make good communities as we move forward. We have strengths like public health care and legislation around equity and inclusion. These are strengths that we kind of leave on the table or ignore. We're like, “Oh yeah, sure, we have them”, but I think these are things we can put into the strategic framework. We can actually develop the people of Canada, and develop good jobs, good works and good union jobs as we move forward.