That gets back to Mr. Barlow's question that we were talking about before. For us to understand the constraints being put in place, we need to have a look at the data. We need to have an underlying understanding of the reasons for it and how we can make it better. We're being asked to put forth suggestions for a program in place, but we don't necessarily understand what's really going on at that lower level and why those constraints are indeed constraints from their perspective, other than the simple blanket statement that it's a cost-saving measure. We think that by having access to the underlying data for the programs, industry and government could sit down together to be able to do a deep dive into this to help us understand and get to that point. Maybe the answer is not there. We don't know, but until we have a look at it, we can't say for sure.
On March 10th, 2020. See this statement in context.