Mr. Buda, thank you. I just want to get in one more question really quickly before I'm out of time.
My concern is that this infrastructure stimulus plan was a real lost opportunity for a once-in-a-generation legacy project. For instance, Toronto could have built a subway. We could have had a high-speed train. We could have had LRTs in Mississauga, for that matter. We've invested $50 billion, and, frankly, all we have to show for it are some roads and sewer maintenance and bridge repair.
Would you agree? Was there a legacy project that you would have otherwise undertaken in your communities if the deadlines in particular weren't so punitive and restrictive?