Historically, we were responsible for developing and improving assets that were entrusted to us. There are several ways of doing it. During public consultations in 1986, residents gathered and decided that the site should remain a tourist and cultural site, that we should protect the location, keep the site free and accessible at all times and develop based on the residents' needs.
That's why in 2000, with the help of the Canadian government, we created the Montreal Science Centre. The federal government invested $20 million in it. We found $12 million in the private sector. So we were able to give the city a science centre, the second largest in Canada.