Sure, and I'll relate it to an earlier question. We are not currently based in Guelph, so I'm by no means an expert in their community energy plan. However, community energy plans are another example of a tool that municipalities have to demonstrate leadership, to plan, and to engage businesses, the private sector, in reducing their environmental impact, increasing their profitability, and growing a low-carbon economy. I think it's another example of a local tool that is needed to have the kind of planning that would achieve a lot of the goals we've been talking about throughout this session.
On June 4th, 2015. See this statement in context.