Yes, and in acknowledging that work, I think COVID-19 has laid bare some of the weaknesses that we have in our system. Our agricultural system has a great reliance on temporary foreign workers, and that's obviously a very weak point when governments around the world start to shut their borders. We've done well to try to address that, but what I'm interested in, Minister, is going forward. What kinds of lessons is the government learning from this? How will you build resiliency into the system so that when another shock comes, we may not be in as bad a position?
Really, the theme is resiliency. What kinds of steps do you think you can take to build resiliency into the system so that we can withstand future shocks?