Yes. The protections that the grain industry had under the Fair Rail for Grain Farmers Act were valuable tools. From my perspective it wasn't just the message that was sent to Canada, but the message sent to our customers. I visit many of our customers internationally, and one of the first questions I am always asked, whether I'm in Bangladesh or in Japan or in Nigeria, is a question about Canadian logistics. I cannot stress enough the harm to our reputation that was caused by that 2013 and 2014 failure. We cannot afford another one.
As Jeff said, we have a large crop to move, despite the drought conditions we have in the Prairies, and we need to have tools in place that will help ensure that if problems begin to develop, they don't turn into the large, systematic failure that we had in the past.