Thank you for the question.
It is a fundamental part of supporting the research enterprise. We've long argued, and it's in our brief that you would have received late this summer, that this is one of the key components. We have good support to attract talent and we have the infrastructure that is created through the Canada Foundation for Innovation--the direct costs of research--and those indirect costs are the ones that support the environment in which the researchers work. If we're going to be truly competitive, if we're going to attract the best and the brightest researchers and retain them, they need to know they're working in an environment that can support them with those very real costs that I outlined earlier in my statement.