I'll just say that those administrative costs have been fairly stable going back to at least 2013 or earlier. AgriStability is the most expensive program to run, as you said, at around 23% or 24%. It's something in that neighbourhood, depending on the year.
That is high, or it seems high at the surface. It's a very tailored program, which I think is the challenge because it's very producer specific. It's administered largely by our provincial colleagues, so we have to work with them to figure out if there are ways that you could simplify the administration to bring the costs down. I'm happy to share the numbers, but it has been fairly stable for close to 10 years, in terms of the level.