I think the main point would be the local food infrastructure fund that the minister mentioned of $50 million. I think there are aspects of that in terms of creating a bit more capacity in communities to, in many cases, just ensure there is food, whether local or from elsewhere, that can be accessed by food insecure groups. There is a specific northern program, run through the Northern Economic Development Agency, that kind of does the same in the north.
I don't want to talk too long, but we also are working through our research centres on some work in terms of vertical agriculture. Can you grow products in northern climates in containers? It's that kind of work, trying to figure out and use technology to tackle some of the food security issues that might exist in remote communities. There's a range of programs and activities going on.