Excuse me, Mr. Chair.
Further, the same number had an impact from the extension, increased costs for sure for about 22%. So on a majority it would have an impact. This is the B.C. data that was collected by the B.C. association. Those are metrics that are from there. That's what we're saying there.
We will be releasing a study that we've done across the country, but the 50% is not the number there. It's lower than that, but it is still very significant.
So just because it's coming from this side, Mr. Chair... We will be releasing a study that we've conducted, and I'm just putting forward that what Ms. Crombie is referring to is that around half of the people contacted in the UBCM had a negative impact from the deadline.