Thank you, everyone. I don't have a lot of time, so I'll quickly jump into it.
About eight or nine years ago in Newfoundland there was a program based on the idea that wood pellets were now the way to go and the way to heat your home. They put in an incentive whereby if you bought a pellet stove, you would get a subsidy from the government. You would send in your receipt, and they'd give you 10% or 20% of it back.
We haven't had a lot of pellet stoves since then, so I always wonder. At the time it was going on, someone told me that if you're looking at it as a cost alternative, strictly that, whether to burning oil or to hydroelectricity, unless you can buy the wood pellets by the tonne, it's not worth it. Going down to Canadian Tire and buying a bag this big, you're not going to get the efficiencies you're looking for. I don't know if he was right or not, but I suspect he might be.
That's part of our problem, isn't it? We just don't have the size of market.