It is a big question, and agriculture is a big space. I'm not saying we need a new organization or a new approach singularly for the whole sector. What I wanted to focus on was particularly around emergency management and crisis response. In this case, with many jurisdictions and many players who have to make real-time decisions with uncertain information and deal with an economic and health crisis at the same time, there are some critical trade-offs and decisions, and we struggle to do that.
I have remarked that in some ways the strength of our coordinated federal-provincial process and the time and effort we use to build programs that frankly do work well in peacetime are very ill-suited to wartime. We've seen that in the way some poor decisions have been made and the time that it has taken to address some of the immediate operational hurdles.
I would say that I live in the world of animal health, particularly as a representative from Maple Leaf Foods. That's where I see a particular weakness. We thought of every risk of major disease events occurring that can destroy our export-oriented industries, and we have to fix the governance by which industry and government work together. The pandemic has really illustrated that, and that's why we're talking about creating a group called Animal Health Canada, which would be kind of a co-management partnership for animal health, so you are right on.