On the infrastructure side and with respect to having ports access the Canada infrastructure bank, yes, conceptually it could be helpful. I think we would want to look at it from a trade corridor and a network perspective.
You have a port such as the Port of Vancouver, which is growing exponentially, which is building all kinds of infrastructure. You can see how this would be useful to them.
If you come to the St. Lawrence Seaway or to the St. Lawrence-Great Lakes system, we have infrastructure needs in this part of Canada as well, so this is potentially interesting. We have been making a case for quite some time for the need for more icebreakers to support the system here and to support navigation through the winter months, which is a huge aspect of having a reliable trade corridor, and also for potential infrastructure needs on the east coast.
Theoretically, then, yes, it would be helpful. I might just try to punt that question a little bit, though, and say that we'll expand on it in our written comments.