Yes. I've written in this area probably the least read articles in Canada on this subject.
There are many types of running rights regimes. It's a good scaremongering tactic by the carriers. I've heard on numerous occasions about how it would devastate the economy. As the Teck witness mentioned yesterday, running rights are already used throughout North America every single day. There are lots of running rights mechanisms, and there are lots of different forms of them. What they are particularly afraid of is wide open access, with anybody running over anybody's lines. I think there are lots of steps on the way there.
I could go on for days on this subject, but I think in Canada, we have some opportunities to correct our transportation system to introduce direct competition, that is, running rights. But if we're not going to do that, then we should have remedies that provide indirect competition that is effective and viable for the shippers to use.