I have to start off by saying that like Mr. van Koeverden, I'm a little out of my league here in talking about financial stuff.
I have to say, Mr. Daniels, that a lot of what you talked about is a language that I don't speak, I'm afraid, but specifically, you talked about wanting to have shovel-ready infrastructure projects and to be able to fund them. I was wondering about this. I think of infrastructure projects as basically being things that.... You give loans, right? They have to pay back the money, whereas a lot of infrastructure projects that I think about are investments. They're investments used by the community, but they're things that money doesn't come back from, and therefore you can't use them to pay off your loan.
I'm wondering what kinds of infrastructure projects you're talking about when you say you want shovel-ready projects. Is it things like you just mentioned, such as solar and wind power projects, which would certainly bring in revenue? Is that the kind of thing, or do you make loans for other kinds of projects? I'm thinking here of community centres and sports centres and, in my riding, Fort William First Nation has a chronic care home. Do you invest in those sorts of things, or is it only those revenue-generating things?