Mr. Terrault, you mentioned that in vegetable production in Quebec there are a lot of small family farms with diverse crops and that some of these programs are not one-size-fits-all, especially in this sector. You also mentioned that we're going to have strong import competition.
Our food production is an essential service, and we've talked a lot about food security here. In your province, with this pandemic and with labour shortages and with these programs not working this year, do you foresee a lot of bankruptcies or a likelihood of family businesses losing their farms? If so, how is this going to impact our food security here in Canada, not just for now but in years to come, and even in having to rely on imports?