If I can add something, the government had already made contractual commitments. This relates to the Pointe Lepreau refurbishment and a project in Korea, for example.
These are commitments the government of Canada had made. It agreed to continue providing the necessary appropriations, because it had committed to doing that through the company, which was a crown corporation.
So as not to penalize the company that was taking over its contracts, the government honoured its obligation under those contracts, but it set a limit on the amount paid to the company to complete those contracts.