—except the bill, exactly.
The president of CN acknowledged that the service changes they had made in introducing precision railroading were done perhaps too fast, without enough customer communication, and that there were a lot of unhappy customers. Then they launched into the next phase of their evolution, which was really to be more customer-focused.
Both CN and CP are investing considerable dollars and effort and time into improving service. The government should really take credit for that because they had the rail freight service review, they had the Dinning process. Coming out of the Dinning report, what we would have expected, because Mr. Dinning acknowledged that service had improved, was that the government would keep monitoring and perhaps using the threat of legislation or the normal pressure that government can bring to bear, without actually introducing legislation and regulating.