Good. That's a careful answer. Thank you.
Going to the business part of it, right now, as I mentioned earlier in this dialogue from the past few days, we've been teasing out not only those issues having to do with Bill C-49, but ultimately ways that Bill C-49 can contribute to the broader national transportation strategy, especially the strategy that has been outlined by the minister—the trade corridors strategy not only for moving goods but also moving people globally.
How do you see this bill, from the standpoint of your industry, being integrated with other methods of transport in the movement of people and goods to better position Canada with respect to that resource being available to the consumer, to the customer, whether it be business or the daily traveller?