Thank you, Chair.
Thank you, Ms. Gelfand, once again, for providing us with information that is so valuable if we're going to meet or not meet our targets.
To be perfectly blunt, I still find it appalling that we're even in the situation that we're in today, still subsidizing fossil fuel energy. We always seem to find excuses—either it's not the right time, or we're trying to make sure we have a level playing field for our corporations to compete with other countries that have subsidies—but at the end of the day, they've just finished going through a very profitable period of time, and there was no reason whatsoever to continue with the subsidies. Right now, yes, they're in a difficult time, but at some point, we have to decide that we're going to take seriously our commitments on the G20 side.
Have you looked at how other G20 countries are meeting these obligations and what they're doing that could provide some guidance to Canada as to how we can do a better job?