We've been discussing aviation safety for the past couple of weeks, so I'm a little surprised that you're focusing entirely on rail. I'll start with one question about rail.
There's one recommendation from the TSB that has still not been implemented, as far as I know, and that was route management. I understand that Transport Canada's directive to the railroads is they themselves should undertake a risk analysis to determine the risk of running dangerous goods through highly populated areas, and that they themselves should determine what speed would be safe based on their own analysis of the risk. I'm surprised that Transport Canada isn't doing that themselves.
Can you explain where we are on that? Are we going to find DOT-111 cars breaking up in heavily populated areas again, or is Transport Canada taking definitive action with the railroads to have that risk analysis done within the next few weeks?