I'd like to build on that last point. I'm really glad to hear you say that.
Recently, the City of Guelph and County of Wellington were awarded $10 million to create Canada's first circular food economy. One of the main goals of that is to reduce food waste and to take food waste as an input for other things, like energy or like making bioplastics or other things we can do from food waste.
As a member of Parliament, how can I tie in some of these innovative programs to the food policy? Do you, your staff, or your officials have any idea? We talk about an all-of-government approach. There's a lot of innovation around food, and there's a lot of funding around innovation that's separate from agriculture. How do we bring all this good energy together?