Moving on to a specific question on the suite of programs, you talked about the price cap under AgriStability not being sufficient, especially given the losses you predict will occur.
Given that AgriStability has that specific federal-provincial formula in place to make amendments to it—and the federal minister is not going to meet with her provincial and territorial counterparts until October—it seems to me the only viable program right now to continue offering assistance is AgriRecovery.
Can you provide us with some recommendations on how we can make that a better program? I know the Pork Council has definitely made some recommendations on that and have said that the program doesn't live up to its name. Given that it was a vehicle to transfer cash to producers to help them with the crisis, are there any ways we can make that a better program in the short term while we wait for amendments to AgriStability? This may take some time, unfortunately.