That is true. The supply management system is there to meet market needs, so that we can feed Canadians. We adapt production every eight weeks in order to respond, for example, to population growth, to increases in tourism during the summer, and to the drop in tourism during the winter. When an event like the Olympic Games is held, production must be increased in a given province to meet market needs.
So we say that, in that sense, supply management meets our needs. Owing to sudden changes in the market in terms of processing and the closing of restaurants, we have taken the initiative to reduce production by 15% in Canada's east and by 7.5% in the west. That has led to product surpluses for factories specializing in food service products.
The second part of your question concerns depopulation. The cost of depopulation is reimbursed at 90%, but the cost of birds who would be thrown away is not covered. The financial stress is tremendous.