With respect, Mr. Chair, we have allowed the minister to go on at length. The question was the impact of a $50 a tonne carbon tax on a basic market basket of goods that people need for living, and he's come back with a quote from a CEO of a multinational oil and gas company, which is very interesting but not terribly interesting to people who are struggling to purchase the market basket of goods they need to survive.
There's no surprise that the CEO of Cenovus can pay the carbon tax. I'm asking about poverty, which you were tasked to address in the mandate letter you received from the Prime Minister.
For the third time, can you tell us, what would be the increase in the market basket cost for a family once the imposition of a $50 a tonne carbon tax is complete?