The reason we think the Canadian Dairy Commission's borrowing capacity should be increased is that it would allow more products to be stored. That's still relevant today. From what we understand, the Department of Finance is still studying the matter.
But the situation has evolved over the past few weeks. Before, we had a milk surplus, but now we've been able to find a balance. It's extremely difficult to predict how things will unfold over the coming weeks. Like everyone here, we're facing tremendous uncertainty.
Mr. Benoit mentioned the mismatch between the supply and the decline in demand that we've been grappling with in the food service industry. Since milk is a highly perishable product, we can't wait a week or two before processing it. It has to be processed within a few hours, so we're doing our best to accept all the milk that's being produced and process it.
However, once the milk is processed, we face longer-term risks, because we don't know how long it will take to sell off that inventory. Earlier we talked about food services and restaurants still being closed. We don't know when they'll reopen or how much demand there will be for our products, so the level of uncertainty about the coming weeks and months is very high.