On the adjustment, we will collect revenue at its peak, before some companies move abroad and are no longer subject to the surtax, for example. The goal is to put some balance back into the system. Therefore, an increase of $55 million should be made in the books.
Again, what you don't see in the cost table is what the tax measures are already reporting. With respect to tobacco, if you look at the Canada Revenue Agency and the Canada Border Services Agency tabs on Public Accounts of Canada and you add up the numbers, you will get a total of approximately $3.2 billion for the fiscal year ending March 31, 2016. This context provides evidence that $55 million out of $3.2 billion will have no impact on use.
I can also point out that, in fiscal policy, the government has demonstrated in its budget documents that it intends to continue to implement tobacco taxation that supports the government's goal of reducing tobacco use.