One of the good things is that the federal government's already doing a pretty good job of leveraging private capital through programs like SDTC, IRAP, SR and ED, and SIF, for example. These are all fantastic programs, which are not only enabling the de-risking of some early stage technologies—which is being matched with private venture capital—but also attracting international capital into these companies.
For context, 50% of all venture capital rounds in Canada now have international participation, primarily from the U.S., of course. I think in many cases, it's because they're seeing that their dollars going into this business can go significantly further than if they put them into other jurisdictions.
One of the conversations that comes up commonly, in this committee and elsewhere, is what happens when technology companies have capital-intensive infrastructure they need to deploy. One of the tools we've seen deployed with massive success in the U.S., as an example, is investment tax credits. I'm aware that's a topic that's been discussed ad nauseam in this committee. Those are other tools that can further incentivize project development and more capital-intensive technology deployments, particularly.