Actually, we are sponsoring a network of research chairs across the country. We have a chair in agricultural economics at Laval, Dr. Maurice Doyon. We have the welfare chair with Dr. Tina Widowski at the University of Guelph. We're looking at a chair in human nutrition in Manitoba, and we have a couple of ideas, one in public policy and another in environmental sustainability. We do that because we think preparing for the future and investing in research is critical to our future. That was the idea behind it.
We don't want to manage or control. We want Dr. Widowski to be a completely independent researcher, and she is. She is doing research into different types of housing systems: enriched, at different sizes, cage-free, an aviary-type system, which I haven't talked about. She does research into bird behaviour around welfare as well. She is connected with fellow scientists in Europe and the U.S. I know, for example, about a month ago she was in Germany.
Our idea is to have somebody independent who will tell us not what we want to hear necessarily, but what we need to hear. We think we have the right person in Dr. Widowski.