I will go back to the question that I was asking. The question is about whether we're on track to meet and exceed our commitments to reduce our emissions by 30% by 2030 and whether or not the next report from the next environment commissioner is going to say the same thing, that the government, like the ones before it, is failing to take the urgent and necessary action to meet our targets to adapt to climate change. In other words, it is failing to take the action that needs to be taken in order to ensure a liveable planet, because that's what's at stake right now.
In one of the other responses, you mentioned there are items baked into the pan-Canadian framework on climate change. Do you think the initiatives that are funded here in these estimates, specifically the ones that support additional actions through the pan-Canadian framework, are enough to close that gap and put us back on track to meeting our targets?