Sure, and it allows me to go back to an earlier question I was hoping to get back to.
There are pockets of funding federally, programs like Canada summer jobs, which NGOs can also apply to, that provide additional support that is very much needed. FedDev would be another example. One of our members, Durham Sustain Ability, is looking at FedDev support. The current challenge is that when an organization like Durham Sustain Ability goes for FedDev's support, their criteria is based purely on the economic benefit. They get in line behind a number of other organizations and programs that are also adding to the economic development or economic potential of their community. The individual profitability of the businesses and the environmental impact are not necessarily considered. It's a much longer line to get into.
Looking at programs like that and having the climate change or sustainability-related impact be a criterion would allow for a group like DSA to say they will have businesses setting targets to reduce their carbon impact. They will also increase their profitability and they will grow the low-carbon economy at the same time. But to only look at one of the three criteria makes it more challenging for a DSA-type group to be successful in that application.