Madam Speaker, I think a national forestry strategy would be a good idea. As I said, the industry is undergoing challenges now or a transformation. The forests themselves are facing threats from climate change, fire, insects, and other pests.
We have to plan ahead. Forests take centuries to grow, so we have to plan ahead to know what kind of forest we have. We are going to have challenges with the wood and fibre supply because of those things. That is why I think value-added propositions, such as engineered wood, really will help us get more value from the forests. However, we have to take advantage of that now.
I think a national strategy would be a good way to start that long-term planning for the future.