If I have understood correctly, Mr. Chair,
I think the comment on the community adjustment fund is in relation to the inability to gather information on that program to determine whether that program made its objective. We think that's a concern. You're talking about billions of dollars, and that's important.
In terms of the overall impact of the economic action plan, the assessment that is yet to come, I think the government has a point that you would go about such a broad assessment in a different way. However, it was mentioned earlier in the evening that a variety of tools were used: existing programs, new programs, tax measures, and the like. It would be useful in any overall assessment for the government to get a sense of which ones really worked and which ones worked a little less, so in the future they could learn from that as a basket of tools. I'm sure the whole $47 billion had an impact, but to what extent each of the tools helped would be a good question.