I would be clear from the outset that I absolutely understand and I in no way mean to diminish the materiality of this for individual Canadians who have booked travel that they cannot use right now or be refunded for.
I would say in terms of airlines and their economic impact that obviously the airlines themselves have been clear, up to a certain point, about the economic impact on their companies. You can see it by the cutbacks that have happened and so forth. Beyond that, obviously, I wouldn't be in a position to speak to anything that is commercial confidential information from the airlines.
Lastly, I think it's probably worth noting that under existing legislative authorities, were it even desirous to do so, it is not something where the government could just go in and legally demand that refunds be provided based on existing authorities. The existing airline tariffs never contemplated an event of this kind. Our air regulations, our passenger regulations, are premised on the idea of airlines being responsible for helping people to complete their journey, which is impossible right now, obviously, so the refund provisions were ultimately dependent on the individual tariffs—