That's correct. In the programs that I mentioned, we operate at 50%, except for the aboriginal fund for species at risk. The reason for that is sometimes aboriginal organizations or communities don't have the wherewithal to provide that kind of financial assistance, so the in-kind support is really important for that program.
I was just scanning a list of eco-action projects that was provided to me and I am noting that sometimes the recipient is perhaps what you would characterize as an organization. We have the Manitoba Museum, for example, with a partnership that leverages from the RBC blue water project—I don't know if members have heard about that—and also receives funding from Manitoba Hydro.
In particular, there is a project, I believe it's in British Columbia. The recipient organization there is the West Broadway Development Corporation. The sponsoring funder is the TD Friends of the Environment Foundation, for example. West Broadway Development provided less than 50%, so more than 50% of the funding came from the TD Friends of the Environment Foundation.