Thank you very much, Mr. Chair.
Thanks, Mr. Forbes and Ms. Walker, for sticking around.
The minister did comment in her presentation that there has been data collected to make the business case for the carbon tax. I have two quick questions on that.
Does the data collected include, outside of the direct carbon tax, costs to farmers, i.e., what they see on their energy bill? As I mentioned, CN and CP have released some numbers. Right now they're transferring $17 million in carbon tax onto farmers. In a couple of years, it'll be $28 million. Those are significant costs. Cattle liners, guys hauling fuel—those are all passed on to agriculture. Are those numbers included in that data?
As well, can you table the data that the minister was talking about with regard to making the business case?