—my question was about within your own department. You may not be aware of this, but there's a reason I'm asking that question.
Just so that you are aware, in your opening statement you made some suggestions that.... The word you used was that trade was “disrupted”. But Stats Canada has reported that the cross-border trade in Ontario and Alberta during the time of the blockade was actually up 16% compared with last year. Although disruptive, inappropriate and illegal, it appears that the blockade at the borders did not have the economic impact you're suggesting, and it certainly did not warrant the use of the Emergencies Act as you're suggesting.
I have one other question. You said you froze around 280 accounts—around $8 million, you suggest. What caused the government to continue to freeze those bank accounts after the blockades were cleared and the trucks were gone from Wellington?