Thank you, Mr. Chair.
I'll just ask Ms. Inman and Monsieur Landry a question.
My riding has 228,000 people in it. My riding is obviously a lot bigger than Prince Edward Island, but there is a large rural component. It strikes me that P.E.I. is not the centre of corporate head offices. They probably have more head offices in my riding than there are in P.E.I.
How have you been successful in helping to raise money for your centre in the absence of what I'm assuming are large corporate donations? I know in my own community, in the rural parts of the community, we don't do a very good job of that. We can raise a lot of money for our local hospital very quickly, but we do a terrible job of explaining to people why they should support museums or theatres.
Monsieur Landry, you talked about representing a small rural museum, as well. What successes have you had?
In looking at this, I think that part of what we can do for the 150th is to bring all of the museums together in helping Canadians to better understand why they're important and why they should support museums as well as other institutions in the community.