That was the other investment.
The payment in lieu of taxes, which is a payment made to municipalities in lieu of taxes, hasn't been increased since authorities were transferred to the museum. Although their tax payments have increased, the government allocation to the museums hasn't. Budget 2016 did deal with a catch-up on that, so that they could deal with both the backlog and the payments. The biggest beneficiary of that was actually the Museum of History, because they had the largest backlog in the payment.
That was the other one. I didn't consider it a capital investment when you asked, but it is an additional investment that will assist them in not having to deal with other capital pressures.