I didn't come prepared to speak to the carbon tax today. I did come prepared to speak about COVID. I think we want to convey the message that we are keen to continue working with government. Hopefully, we will see some real momentum and traction here and we'll be able to find mechanisms, whatever they might be, to deliver a meaningful financial backstop to give our producers confidence to move through this growing season.
Ultimately, what we're faced with right now is investing hundreds and hundreds of millions of dollars in fertilizer, seed, fuel, equipment, people and putting crop in the ground, and it's difficult to do that when we don't have any confidence that if something happens on the farm we won't go bankrupt and there will be a meaningful backstop for us.