Yes, that is our position, that's our preferred position, that the bill be passed as written. I do understand there are, for example, several administrative issues that related to the timing of this bill and Bill C-11, which has become law. That will mean there will be some technical changes, and that's of course understandable. In terms of the issues of substance, yes, we think that clause 1 of the bill, which deals with subsections 27(2) and 27(3) of the act, should be repealed. This is something that, as I recall, was recommended by the statutory review committee back in 2001. We think this is a hurdle that is particularly difficult because “substantial commercial harm” isn't particularly well defined, and our understanding is that the Competition Bureau doesn't look favourably on these kinds of provisions. So we think the repeal of that is fundamental and very important.
With regard to clause 3, we think the wording is fine the way it is. It's clearly meant to deal with charges other than what would commonly be called the freight rate or the charge for the movement of traffic. So we think this covers it off all right, but I would assume that when the Transport Canada people come for the clause-by-clause next week they'll do whatever they feel is appropriate there. We've had some discussions with them about the kind of change they want to make, and while we would prefer to see it left the way it is, they'll play it however they think is appropriate.
I'm sorry, on your other point...?