I'm sorry, Minister, but I only have a few minutes, and I kind of got your answer—that you're not ready to make that decision yet, despite the numbers we have seen. I think for you to say that it impacts their profits, when there are no profits there if you're losing 12% of your revenue just on the carbon tax, or to say that it's 1%, when from all the data we have seen on that.... It's not the case.
When you're including that, we've also heard from CN and CP that the carbon tax they are passing on to producers—in 2022, $50 a tonne—is $28 million. That's just from transport. I don't think your data is including that if you're just talking about grain drying. We're trying to heat barns. These are costs being passed on to producers that they cannot pass on anywhere else.
So I want to question your data in terms of 1% of revenue. I don't think any producer in Canada will say that it's only 1% of their revenue, not when every number we have is besides that.
I want to leave some time for my colleague.