I think the minister is right in saying that there are a number of factors at play here. We certainly would share that view.
I think staffing is a big piece, and certainly staffing for peak times, as well as efficiency and the need to move towards a trusted traveller program in order to speed up security, which was also an issue prepandemic.
In the U.S., we're not seeing delays to this extent. They're certainly looking forward to the summer and anticipating what increase may happen. They certainly have some airports that have peak times where their customs border agents are seeing longer wait times in the hubs than they would have seen prepandemic, so I think we're not alone in these challenges.
We're certainly not alone in the staffing challenges, which they were seeing in the U.K. and many other places as well, so I think this is the ramp-up.
The piece that's important is that Canada has been slower to get back. The U.S. went through some of this a year ago as they opened their economy earlier. We're certainly seeing this challenge now in getting people back to work, and I think there is a lot to smooth out.