I'll take a crack at that. It's certainly a tough question to answer.
I think there's a cultural aspect to all of this. When you look at some of the countries that have been some of the most innovative in the world, maybe a very good example of that would have been Israel about which there's a book called Start-Up Nation. The truth is that they have no choice. If they want to survive in a very hostile geopolitical and even temporal environment, they have to innovate or they won't exist. We don't have that problem in Canada, I would say. I think that's part of the thing.
Are we too comfortable? I don't know. I don't think that's a fair assessment. But that drive in just doing that, being sure that spirit of entrepreneurship actually leads to something.... Quite often what happens with these companies when they go is that they do not have access to venture capital that's sufficient. They do not have access to markets that would be able to scale up and do what they do. I think that's very much a core element of what we do. I don't know if you can legislate that. You ask if it's a social issue. I do think that there is a cultural aspect.