I think, in addition to what President Cunningham said, in the future there will continue to be difficulties or challenges with the infrastructure deficit at the municipal level, so we will be looking for ways to continue to work with the government to support the ongoing work to rebuild the infrastructure at a municipal level across the country.
We certainly appreciate the initiation of the gas tax, and making the gas tax permanent is critical; it must continue into the future. At some point in time, when the economic situation is better, that gas tax will need to start to grow with the economy because it will lose value over time.
Certainly one of the clear examples of the infrastructure challenges at the municipal level across the country is the current waste water regulations discussion we're having. But we feel that if we can take the stimulus package as an illustration of how the three orders of government can attack a national challenge, if we take that model, we think there's a way that we can come to a resolution of the waste water regulation problem in the country through the cooperation of the three orders of government.