Yes, thank you.
You mentioned an integrated strategy. Our union developed one about 10 years ago, and we updated it a few years ago again because of all the changes going on in the area. We definitely believe there has to be an integrated view of all our energy sources, but underlying that we have two main things.
One is that we need our own energy security and independence, because we don't believe we can rely on good luck. We believe a prudent policy means that we take into account the possibility of bad things happening.
I live in Quebec, and I was actually moved into a shelter when we had the big power failures about 10 years ago. So it's not theoretical to me. That happened to hundreds of thousands of people. This could clearly happen to some if heating oil gets disrupted, to take a worst-case scenario. But in the real world these things happen occasionally—not often, let's hope.
The other thing that underlies our view is that we must try to get, as Mr. Gargiso was saying, the most economic activity, jobs, and well-being for Canadians as possible, given our incredible wealth in all of these things. We don't think exporting the stuff out of the country, without regard to all of our interests first, is a proper and prudent policy.