Four committees have been formed, two of which, initially, are for the dairy sector. One of these two committees analyzed the impact of the three agreements: the agreement with Europe, the agreement with the trans-Pacific zone and the agreement with the United States and Mexico.
So we went ahead and made the announcement last summer of a $1.75 billion compensation program concerning the CPTPP and CETA.
As you mentioned, $350 million, including $250 million for producers and $100 million for processors, had already been granted.
The second part, which I was talking to Mr. Lehoux about a few moments ago, is the vision of the future of the dairy sector. The same exercise had been done with what is affectionately called the G0-4, that is, poultry and eggs. This exercise was done for all three agreements. The working groups made their recommendations, not only in terms of what they wanted in terms of financial compensation, but also in terms of the kind of mechanisms they preferred.
I've made very good note of it for the next step. For me, the next step will be to proceed with the payment of compensation for poultry and eggs and then to complete the compensation component following the CUSMA, for milk, poultry and eggs.