Okay. We'll take you up on that. Thank you very much.
I want to also talk about the local food infrastructure fund. I know that it's been rejigged a bit to help a lot of local food security organizations deal with the acute phase of the crisis. It seems to me, though, that if we're going to be building resiliency into the system and making sure our communities are resilient, this is the exact type of funding that communities would need to set themselves up for the long term.
Is it your government's intention in the long term to increase funding to this fund so that local communities, especially in rural areas, can have that infrastructure necessary to continue to thrive into the future and to meet those other shocks that are undoubtedly going to come?