We also need rules, because we must still manage public funds properly.
To answer your question, take the Canada emergency business account. We launched it very quickly to enable businesses to access a $40,000 loan, of which $10,000 may be non-repayable.
We listened to entrepreneurs, including farmers, and we made changes. Just for farmers, the non-repayable portions alone could total up to $670 million. For those not yet eligible for assistance programs, we created a special fund through community futures development corporations, or CFDCs, and business development centres, or BDCs.