Yes, we have gone through the Transport Canada process of taking all the stakeholders, putting them into a room for several years, talking about what needs to be done, looking at the science of fatigue. That's very important, the science of fatigue. All the stakeholders got together, wrote a report, made a recommendation. They were recommending changes to the flight and duty times in this country because our duty times are very much out of date. That report was filed in November, 2012, and it's going through the Transport Canada process of being evaluated, trying to create regulations. It's been 18 months, and, of course, we expect probably another year or two...it could create some regulations and go through Justice. It's going to take a long time.
We all know that the Colgan Air crash in the United States caused that process to accelerate greatly. We don't want that in this country, and I don't want to be dramatic. I'm not using safety that way, but flight and duty times need to be [Inaudible--Editor]. It is our biggest issue right now.