Of course, research is the future, and whatever you have now, you're going to need something different.
We're a relatively small commodity. Regarding your reference to super research clusters, we don't fit on that horizon at all, but that doesn't mean that there aren't programs available. We have been able to access programs through NSERC, in particular for animal welfare research at the University of Guelph. We have established a genomics chair at Dalhousie University, and we work with a number of researchers who have, in the past, worked with nutrition and these sorts of things.
Of course, our biggest problem is generating enough money to be able to do research in some of these other programs, but we have been very fortunate over the years to have a number of people who have been pretty adept at managing the research programs that are in effect. However, superclusters are not in our vocabulary.