When we look at BRM, one of the most noteworthy concerns we have is that, as it currently stands, around 31% of Canadian farmers are in AgriStability. That speaks to the number of farmers who are currently lacking in trust in the sufficiency of that program to respond to the risks they're facing in a normal year, let alone an unprecedented crisis like this.
When we look at AgriInvest as well, I think it's critical that we look at that $1.6 billion number that is being referenced and ensure that we look at how the funds available in that pool relate to the sectors facing the most hurt. Then, when we look at a number of sectors, for example, the equestrian industry and horse farmers in Canada, they're unable, in many respects, to access those programs, because they, for one reason or another, are unable to qualify for a farm business registration number in many provinces.
There's a myriad of issues that drive that. It's a very complex set of issues, but we've certainly been working for a number of years on targeted measures to address that need. We believe that in the current kind of acute crisis we're facing, there's a need for a more timely intervention, and that speaks to the emergency fund that you raised.