Ms. Gelfand, I listened to you very carefully about how you could not comment on policy. You're obviously a devotee of Yes, Minister, because Sir Humphrey said that many times at committees that he was in front of. But you're quite right in that regard.
I want to ask about DFO's adaptation audit. You relate it to fish stocks. You talk about Canada's climate as becoming “warmer and wetter”. I should point out that in prairie Canada, for example, we're having a severely normal winter this year. As you know, with many fish stocks the year-class strength depends on water temperature and water flows. Many of the species—for example, the walleye—do much better when spring water temperatures are higher and there are higher flows.
Has DFO done any analysis of the effect of climate change on commercially and recreationally important fish stocks in Canada?