Did some digging on everything you mentioned here. While they may not have mentioned the deadline in the press releases or summaries, they did make mention to it in the EHVIP Program Guide. I have attached the July 11th 2018 Program Guide for the EHVIP Program. This is the first document which talks about the July 16th deadline that the dealer has in order to comply with the Ministry Order List. That would have given a dealer 3 full business days to compile their list, that is not a reasonable time frame for any kind of a deal like this for the dealer to comply. If, for whatever reason, the dealer did not complete their Ministry Order List on time, they would definitely have a case here. That point doesn't necessarily help us though, but what does is the fact that we do not have access to this list (privacy laws would protect it) in order to complete our own due diligence, nor is there a waiver as part of our application placing the onus on us to complete any due diligence on this Ministry Approved List. This makes no sense, the MTO should be enforcing the rules of their contract (going after the dealers/manufacturers), and the Ombudsman should be enforcing the MTO's processes in how all of this was done.