Of course, a company like L-3 MAS would prefer to see a contractual element like that included. Nevertheless, our understanding for now is that those aspects have not yet been defined in the agreement.
It is very important, during the period prior to the signing of the contract, that a specific concept for Canada be defined so that Canada can fully understand the consequences of having or not having a maintenance or support centre in the country.
We believe it's very important to have one for sovereignty reasons, and also, it's just practical. With the bigger airplanes, you may have one engine out, let's say, but you can still fly it. With a single-engine aircraft, you have to truck it; you have to break it down. Therefore, this is a key issue when you're dealing with what I would call a strategic or a very important defence asset.
We do hope this will come, that such a sustainment plan will be in place and that we will be part of it. We think that in that context we will even compete well for contracts on the North American market and therefore create even more jobs in Canada.