I want to address the sense of urgency that I am picking up on from our witnesses today. The question that comes to me as a result of that urgency is this.
We had the Fair Rail for Grain Farmers Act sunset in the middle of this past summer. You are, then, in fact without any remedy when it comes to interswitching, except for the 30-kilometre right. Is that what's precipitating the urgency to get this law passed, so that you are negotiating contracts with certainty and with terms that you can actually go to the railways with?