No. The Canada Food board. I am speaking of the reliability of the statistics. Immediately after the report was issued, the price dropped to $1.50 a ban-el, and within three weeks it went down to 80 cents and it continued so during the whole winter. Instead of exporting 28,000,000 bushels, we exported the usual quantity of 4,000,000 bushels, and there was a shortage in other places with the result that in April, after the New Brunswick crop was all sold, the price rose to as high as $7 a barrel because there were none to be had. That year I claim-and I have made this statement more than once in this House-that they beat the potato producers in New Brunswick out of a profitable price for their potatoes. It cost about $1.50 a barrel to grow them in New Brunswick and the price was 80 cents a barrel. If that report had not been issued, potatoes would have been selling at $2 a barrel. Our supply ran short in March and we did not have enough to supply the market during the shortage in other countries.