That's right, and that's adequate and suitable. In the case of Teck, we give forecasts to the railway going out four years and very specifically over five months. Then for ourselves or for a forestry company or a shipping company—I'm going to use a technical term—we schedule a laycan. The vessel is going to arrive at the port. It's coming. Once again, there's no “if” about that. We don't want to have a debate about whether we will get the trains. There can be no such debate because that falls short of the common carrier obligation. That is not adequate and suitable service. It's not an abstract concept.
If we just change the language in the act to say “according to the requirements of the shipper”, that will satisfy what you're addressing.