I hope you don't mind if I answer this one, too, Brian.
That's a really good question. I think altogether too often Canadians forget where their food comes from, and they think it comes from their grocery store. The reality is that all of our food comes from farms and food production facilities, and if those farms go into bankruptcy, the supply of fresh fruit and vegetables could be in jeopardy not only this year but for years to come.
As a consumer, this is a great concern for me. I have an abundant cucumber supply on my farm, but what about the rest of my groceries? It's of profound concern to me, and we, as Canadians, need to look at where our food will be coming from this year and for the years to come.
The things that are happening now with COVID-19 just put to a head the issues that farmers face, the challenges that they face in their daily routines and their production model. It really shows the need for a mechanism to sustain them and make sure they can continue to feed the population.