Thank you, Mr. Chair.
I just want to say to the visitors here, just to be clear, that not all members of the committee want to lecture you on how to do your job. I know you've heard a lot from the other side. There is a real respect in the House that isn't reflected necessarily on the government side in this committee. We understand that the partnership means we have to listen to what you're saying, and we have to find ways to get things done, and that's what Canadians want too. I don't think you should feel the least bit reticent.
Ms. Brown mentioned timely, targeted, and temporary—