Sure. It's important, however, when an assessment is done, that a net analysis be done. I'm not arguing for climate change, obviously, although, as Mr. Miller pointed out, climate does change. I mean, any prairie farmer realizes that year-to-year variations can be quite significant. The old-timers back home still remember 1961 as being the driest year they saw in their entire farming career. The agricultural community is acutely sensitive to changes in weather and climate. In prairie Canada, at least, we seem to be entering into a dry cycle, after about 15 years of a wet cycle.
In terms of their audit of facilities, there are a number of inland small craft harbours—for example, on Lake Winnipeg, Lake Winnipegosis, and so on—where there are commercial fisheries. Did their analysis look at inland harbours?