To answer the first question, there has been no detailed or reasonable feedback on it. We do hear that the machinery of government is difficult to amend, so that's just the way of telling you that there is a high wall, so don't bother looking at it.
In particular, all producer-facing activities—licensing of producers and processors, permitting of exports and imports, data collection, and notifications of cultivation and data reporting—should most definitely move to Agriculture Canada, which has a culture and resources to be able to work with farmers, with producers and agricultural processors within an agriculture industry, which is what we are.
With respect to cannabinoid content, we're limited on all foods at 10 parts per million THC. All of our seed-based food products are less than that. All products from stocks are far less than that, and there are no cannabinoids whatsoever in roots, yet Health Canada still tries to interpret the regulations as if they are high THC.
With respect to the non-THC cannabinoids, none of them are intoxicating, none of them are habituating, none of them are addicting, and they've been studied extensively by the UN Expert Committee on Drug Dependence and they're well tolerated and don't represent any risk to human health.