It's a good question.
First of all, for the Canadian Dairy Commission, the ability to increase the storage is important for us, because it does help us. When we had surplus in the beginning, they could put it in storage for a time, as we now have reduced production.
Certainly the trade agreements in the past have exacerbated the situation, because we have already lost production from where we would have otherwise been.
Another important factor is that as we go through this pandemic and come out the other end, we are not going to get to the same place anymore, because by then CUSMA will have taken effect and we will have lost further market share.
Part of what we're trying to emphasize here is that with supply management, we can handle things like downturns, although this one was extreme. We have never experienced something like this. That has tested us to our limits. What supply management cannot handle is the continuous undermining of our foundation. Whenever we allow further access to the Canadian dairy market, that is in fact what is happening. Every time there is more access given, it weakens us, and then it makes it more difficult for us to withstand the kinds of challenges we've seen with this pandemic. It is a real concern that in the future it will make us a little bit weaker. That foundation we have, which supply management rests on, makes everything else happen.
As we move toward that 18% foreign access to our Canadian dairy market, that access overall undermines our ability to weather the kind of storm we have faced with this pandemic.