Mr. Person, you mentioned eliminating the $3-million CAP, the Canadian Agricultural Partnership, and bringing back the reference margin to 85%. I read your submission that you provided to this committee a few months ago. You talked about the RML and you talked about the CAP, but in that same document you also mentioned that it was your understanding that the rationale of the government for changing the AgriStability program was because of potential pressures. I think you quoted an OECD report about whether those programs were trade compliant and whether they were subsidizing profitability as opposed to potential loss.
If we were to eliminate the $3-million CAP and bring the reference margin back to 85%, in your experience and with your consultations, do you know whether that would be trade compliant, or would there be the potential of other countries bringing Canada to the WTO or some other body?