I would like to thank the witnesses for their presentations today, but also welcome all the women who are here. It's so nice to have such a strong presence of young women. I hope you're finding the committee very interesting.
Claire, I know you represent some member growers of canola, grain, cereals. I'm sure you remember very well that few years ago, we had a problem with grain transportation in Canada. It doesn't matter how many trade agreements we have, if we can't move the grain and fulfill our commitments, it's very harmful and can be damaging because our reputation is very good. We have amazing products and that year we had a bumper crop. I know there were so many circumstances that made it impossible to get things working appropriately. I'm sure you're well aware that Bill C-30 came before the ag committee and some measures within that bill will be sunsetting in the next few months. I think it's August 1. I think everybody who comes to the committee will be very favourable to the TPP, except if you're in the supply managed sector.
I was just wondering if you could talk about the importance of transportation and of some of those provisions not sunsetting. I'm not quite sure how much you know about Bill C-30.