Absolutely. NRC is very similar. Sustainable Waterloo Region was successful in receiving funding from IRAP within NRC. This is the industrial research assistance program. Again, they got in line behind other.... Again, the purpose of the program was to ensure more commercialization of technology, so there is room for green tech to be commercialized when businesses like VeriForm are looking at implementing the projects I just spoke to. That was the only time that any of our members have received IRAP funding. If a program like that were to be looked at again and have a piece of the funding separated to have not only the commercialization of tech but also the climate change benefits, then groups like the members in our network would have a much stronger chance of being successful more often in programs like that.
To the earlier question about what kinds of tools we have available, what kind of incentives, you have models of those existing tools that are purely for economic development. To take some of those tools and bring them to an environmental lens as well as the economic lens would allow the government to pair the win-wins we've been talking about throughout this session and prioritize funding for programs that achieve both.