Thanks, Minister. I appreciate it, but we only have a certain amount of time.
We've heard about AgriInvest and AgriStability, but just for your own information, if a farmer were to actually apply for AgriStability—and fewer than 35% actually do—on an average 1,200-acre farm they would get a cheque for $980, which is actually less than the subscription cost to get into AgriStability. There has not been a stakeholder group anywhere in the country that has said what you've announced is sufficient.
For example, on the $77 million you've announced for the processing, which Mr. Forbes said last week would be available to get Ryding-Regency back up to address processing capacity, we're now learning that those funds might not be available until well into the fall. How is that going to address the bottleneck in processing capacity if those funds won't even be available until well into the fall, or maybe six months away?
Do you know when those funds will be made available?