Our government, when we went ahead in principle, said Canadian law would usurp it, so it would not be a veto. We're hoping the government will clarify that one way or the other. I think we're hearing more and more that it's the uncertainty. Yes, it means a veto, or no, it doesn't mean a veto, is better than shuffling your feet and not giving an answer. In terms of the uncertainty that Mr. Reynish spoke about, that was one point.
On the refineries issue, I thought it was very interesting, Mr. Brennan, your discussions about refineries. I'm wondering, given the uncertainty, given the fact we can't get pipelines built, and given that we have pipeline proponents now having to answer for upstream GHGs, can you imagine anybody who would want to invest in a refinery in Canada? Is there an attractive place in Canada? Is there a regulatory...or a province, or would the federal government be...? Do you see that as something that's even going to happen?
It's an interesting idea. Just right now, given the current climate.