Mr. Chair, I could offer a general answer to the member's question and then turn it over to a colleague from CBSA.
On this issue, I would say that, as I indicated in an answer to an earlier question, a lot of hard slogging was done with all partners to get the throughput up through the customs hall and move a lot of people through a small space as traffic came back. There was a lot of really good work our CBSA and GTAA colleagues did in terms of passenger facilitation and passenger flow wayfinding. They could talk about that in some detail, but at the heart of that strategy was using electronic tools and digital systems to get people through faster. That included adding a number of kiosks to the customs hall at Pearson. It added a number of eGates, and the new functionality that CBSA brought on was the eDeclaration, which is integrated into ArriveCAN.
I would say that, in our discussions with industry and the air operations recovery group, the expansion, the use and improving the functionality of digital tools to make for a faster and easier travel process for passengers and to facilitate the international arrivals process are actually a centre point of our discussions. All the industry partners support finding the best combination of tools that respect the privacy of passengers but use digital technology to facilitate that passenger flow, and we're continuing discussions with them almost daily in terms of how to keep making progress in that area.
I don't know, Denis, if you want to add to that, because you guys are on the sharp end of delivering a lot of this.