No, unfortunately. I have to say that the licensed premises are the ones who are struggling the most right now. The full service independent restaurant operators are the ones who are having the toughest go of it, particularly in Alberta. In Saskatchewan, our operators are also having a difficult time because of the economic downturn. In the March 22 Saskatchewan budget, the same day the federal budget came down, they increased the provincial sales tax on alcohol up to 10%. It was a double whammy on the industry in that province. In terms of how operators are going to cope with this, I don't know.
You're absolutely right. We're seeing closures, we're seeing layoffs, we're seeing reduced hours for employees. Our industry has been devastated in Alberta, and this is going to hurt more. I can't give you specific numbers province by province what the impact will be, but when you already see sales to licensees of alcohol stagnating, and you see the resistance that our members get from customers to any type of price increase, and you see the reaction of tourists who come to Canada and find the products priced so much higher than in their home countries, yes it's going to have a serious impact.