I want to ask, and I think the Chair touched on this as well, about the excise taxes. I have a quote here from 1755 on what excise taxes were about, and I was going to repeat what it said, but I don't want to quote Samuel Johnson, the gentleman's name, on excise taxes. Most times, excise taxes are put in place at the time of production, not at the time of sale, from my understanding. Effectively, excise taxes, when you put [Inaudible—Editor] in our country, you put the HST on it, so you're basically taxing a tax.
Are there any other goods that are subject to excise taxation in Canada? We tax grape production, which is turned into wine, for example. Is there any other product that's grown that is subject to an excise tax?