I see my microphone is on so I can't help myself.
The one I am proposing to eliminate here would actually not do that. I am specifically trying to eliminate the ability of the government to designate a program and say that it is as if it were equal to the rebate. I think most people are expecting to get the rebate. I think the government has committed to it on their taxes, so that's what this change would be.
I just want what was said publicly to be what is legislated. That's all. It's just keeping it consistent to that point. I think the vast majority of the public, especially in the province of Alberta, don't like the carbon tax. Our carbon tax in our province is ending as of later this week and the backstop begins June 1.
The vast majority of the public in Alberta at the very minimum are aware that they are supposed to be getting it as a rebate on their income taxes. That's what the government has committed to. I don't want programs and infrastructure programs to be created and there be the pretense that's the rebating mechanism by which it will be done.
That's the last point I want to make on that.