Minister, you've brought up the issue over the last few months that you're looking for more data and more evidence to make a decision on the carbon tax and on maybe expanding the exemptions, which could have an impact on the budget, for farm fuels to include propane and natural gas. You commented on several occasions that you were looking for more data on what that would be. We have certainly had that data now for many of our stakeholder groups. APAS has shown that the carbon tax would be a loss of 12% of their revenue. Keystone Agricultural Producers of Manitoba said it's already paid close to $2 million in carbon tax just for grain drying. Hog farmers in Manitoba are saying it will cost between $2 million and $2.6 million a year.
What more do you need to make the decision that this is having a detrimental impact on agriculture or for you to make a decision on whether or not you'll include natural gas and propane in the farm fuel exemptions?