Thank you, Madam Chair. I appreciate the people being here today answering the questions as well as they can.
When the environment minister was here last—and I just want to make sure I have this right—we put out an economic analysis, a pan-Canadian report, including a document that goes through our approach to carbon pricing. That document only states that the economic costs of a pan-Canadian framework will be modest and that the impacts of carbon pricing, including for households and businesses, will become available as each province and territory clarifies the precise design of the carbon pricing system.
We have two provinces. It's pretty clear what B.C.'s been doing for years, and Alberta's in. What's the cost?