Thank you very much.
Ms. Morris, as one who spent more time in university than politics, I certainly have a built-in bias in favour of supporting universities. I know that this government cut several hundred million dollars in funding for both granting councils and the indirect cost of research. It's not obvious to everybody why it's important to Canada to support the indirect cost of research at universities. It's not a particularly politically sexy idea that obviously gets votes, and maybe it doesn't get votes. But can you explain why you think it's important, not just for the universities you represent but for the country, that there be enhanced government support for the indirect cost of research?