Before coming here, I read chapter 3 of the budget very carefully, page by page. On page 67, the government announces $200 billion. On page 74, the government explained that this refers to providing financing for credit markets, $200 billion for credit markets that will save Canada.
On pages 78 to 83, the government describes what it calls the extraordinary financing framework, but I found no words on forests. On page 81, the budget describes the business credit availability program, which is to be made available in times of economic uncertainty. We found our situation compared with the lobster crisis in Prince Edward Island. On page 170, we find that we are been given $170 million over two years. However, on page 185, we discover that those $170 million are intended for forestry marketing and innovation, and nothing more. There's not one red cent to pay for anything else. We will need loan guarantees at commercial rates to save our shirts. We're all going to die, we're in agony. We're not talking about marketing, we're talking about survival.