It doesn't reflect a cut in operating funds. It's the two capital projects, in both cases, that are coming off high.
In the case of the Museum of History, the Canada Hall was a major capital project. That is, the expenditures were higher in the previous years and are coming down this year, as planned. It's the same with the National Battlefields Commission. It was capital expenditures that do not stay constant every year and have come back.