I do believe that the Prime Minister has made a firm commitment that upcoming negotiations—be it only with Mercosur or for all other future agreements—no breaches or concessions would be made. At the end of negotiations, supply management has often been a little bonus or a cherry on a sundae—or any other expression you may have heard.
We feed Canadians. That does not mean we are a closed market, as we engage in superior trade with many countries around the world. It is not true that we don't import chicken. We are an open market, but we clearly manage quality and quantity. Canada is a northern country, with very high standards, which we must maintain. I want to reuse the example of the Honda Civic assembled in Ontario and sold at a higher price in Montreal than once it's been exported to the state of New York.