What I would say is that we have a very rigorous process around building codes. We need to ensure that we continue to do the research and development in support of building codes, to make sure building codes are designed in a way that supports safe buildings with any kind of material, whether it be concrete, steel, or wood.
The 2020 building code will be a results-based code rather than a prescriptive code. As we embark upon completing that code, we need to make sure that we build in all of the safeguards that we need to ensure we have safe buildings.
On top of that, as I said earlier, there are a number of federal government programs around green construction through wood that will help us promote the use of wood in construction in Canada, over the next four years.
Also, as government undertakes a procurement policy for its aggressive infrastructure programs, we should make sure that wood has consideration in those projects. Then, as Eric has said, we also need to ensure that we're spending appropriate amounts of money with our engineers, designers, and architects, so that they are comfortable building with wood, as well.
Do you want to pick up on that?