Thank you for the question.
What's important at this point is we can't change the past. We have to live with it. We need to look into the future. That's the first thing.
The second thing is compensation. I said at the beginning we're not opposed to a trade agreement. We understand that other commodities might need it and our economy shouldn't pay for it because a strong dairy sector is important for this country. We need to make sure it was a decision by this country to move forward with that agreement and that farmers need to be compensated. We need to make sure we maintain that strong dairy industry. That's the first thing: to continue to advocate for compensation will definitely be a key, and as well, for investment. We've been a very self-sufficient industry, but we need to pick the good horse and the dairy industry is a good industry in Canada. We need to be able to continue doing that. A commitment to supply management is part of it. We mentioned a third pillar. Government, producer, processor, everybody has a role to play. We're doing our part. We've been working very strongly with our processors in making sure that we all work together for the future of this industry. We're hoping that we can count you as a partner in that relationship.