Mr. Ayre mentioned the regional issues observed in Canada. Obviously, the federal government shares this responsibility with the provinces. If I may, I would say that the provinces are in the best position to determine regional needs, because they know what is happening on the ground.
How can the problem be addressed through our risk management programs? When enough pressure is applied, the AgriRecovery program kicks in, but it is not necessarily the one that applies to you. In Quebec, you no longer have a euthanasia problem, but it is still an issue in other parts of Canada. What should be done to resolve this issue? Should more allowable expenses be recognized?