First and foremost, we outlined for the Prime Minister in a letter that the best way to approach the liquidity issues or cost crunch issues that Canadian food companies are facing is probably through the existing emergency programs that have been set up for COVID-19 to address the problems that many different sectors are encountering.
The challenge we have is that, because those programs are based on revenue, we don't qualify. It's not our revenues that are impacted; it's our cost increases. If we could amend the terms of the Canada emergency wage subsidy, for example, even if it were just for essential or critical infrastructure, to base it on net income, that would go a long way toward helping a lot of companies.
The other way is to take a look at using tax credits. We could provide companies with a tax credit for the costs they have had to incur, particularly critical infrastructure organizations that are essentially required to keep going and that incur these costs. They should be able to offset them at the end of the road.
In terms of challenges—