Thank you for that feedback.
Mr. Brock, I think COVID-19 has exposed a lot of fault lines within our food supply system and how our assistance programs function. I think there's been a sense that perhaps our business risk management programs may not have been the ideal vehicle to fully deal with the pandemic.
What's your sense of how well the BRM programs have functioned during this pandemic? We've had AgriRecovery, which has been stocked with $125 million to help some sectors. For the next pandemic that comes, do you have a sense that the BRM programs are well suited to deal with a crisis of this magnitude? Or should Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, in conjunction with the provinces, be looking at something else entirely to deal with something of this magnitude?