Windsor-Quebec, for instance, is a very long distance, and while you might have two class 1s reasonably close together, I would have to even calculate the distance in the centre like Toronto. Elsewhere in that corridor those distances are easily beyond that.
The short answer is no. Again, if the goal is to increase competition, we know those companies that have been given, under the earlier provisions, the opportunity to force competition for moving their product did very well, and had improved rates and were more competitive because the opportunity was there. We don't understand why it would be artificially restricted because of a geography.
I'll leave it at that.