Okay. Connaught Labs—my history may be a little rusty—grew out of the University of Toronto after they discovered insulin, but it was taken over in the late 1970s, I think, by something called the Canada Development Corporation. It wasn't a federal department, but it was federally owned. I believe it operated something like Air Canada used to or CN used to when they were publicly owned.
At that point, in the early to mid-1980s, it was making insulin and vaccines. It subsequently was sold off to Sanofi Pasteur, so it no longer is a public company. In fact, it's been merged a few times.