Thank you, Mr. Chair.
I want to go back to the chemical folks. Mr. Huntington or Mr. Austin, I'll let you decide who wants to answer the questions.
I think in your presentation and in your answers to questions so far you've been very modest as to the impact this may have had on your own company, and then you expressed your concern for a bunch of your community partners and your contractors and other indigenous businesses. My understanding is that potentially the lack of access to the CEWS legislation or the wage subsidy for your company is very significant to your bottom line. If you're willing, I would appreciate it if you could give us some sense of the impact that's having on you and your business in northern Saskatchewan.
The follow-up to that would be that you talked about a number of contractors and other indigenous businesses that you procure both supplies and services from in northern Saskatchewan. I'm just curious as to the impact of any of the programs, or what you're hearing from the people you work with day to day in terms of what their success has been with some of the programs and their ability to be there for you when you need them again when you're able to mine again.