We've provided a very specific amendment in relation to the “suitable and adequate” issue that you've just asked about. That's in our submission, and I hope that will be helpful to you. What it boils down to is that we need to be as explicit as possible that they must meet the highest level of service possible in the situation in question. We have to make sure that in the definition that's included with this bill, there is as much precision as possible about what is acceptable and what is not.
If there is a flood and their tracks get washed out, it's pretty hard to expect that the bus service is going to run on time as usual. However, if there isn't some kind of natural catastrophe and things are as they normally operate here, given the weather we have during the 12 months we have here in Canada, they should be able to deliver a bus service on a regular schedule, and when it arrives, it should have working equipment and be safe for the shippers who are using it. That's how I would try to answer your question.