It fluctuates year to year. Traditionally, the consumption pattern in Canada for steel has been about one third of domestic production; domestic consumption is in automotive. One third is in energy and one third is in building and infrastructure. Traditionally, that's kind of the mix.
With regard to influence, I would be concerned about a knock-on effect or a signal to the market. The federal government has significant purchasing power. Clearly, the steps that the Government of Canada takes influence the market generally, so I would be concerned about a bleed forward.
I hope that answers what you're looking for.