That concludes your time, Jacques.
I would like to clarify a point made by Mr. Blanchette earlier when he was asking about the deemed rule. Our crack researchers here have found in section 59 of the Standing Orders of the Legislature of Alberta that:
When the time allotted for a department’s estimates has not expired, but there are no Members who wish to speak, that department’s estimates shall be deemed to have been considered for the time allotted in the schedule.
In other words, if you allotted three hours and only one hour were used up, it would be deemed that the three hours had in fact been used. Perhaps that led to the confusion in Mr. Blanchette's question regarding the deemed rule.
Linda Duncan is next for five minutes.