Very broadly, I think what we need as a country is that these innovation centres start to work together and emphasize the areas they are strong in. We do not need to replicate exactly the same type of sphere across Canada. We can have an ecosystem of these zones or innovation centres or incubators that are complementing one particular innovation spectrum, in the sense that one can be focused on aerospace, and the other one can be focused on ICT, and one can be more focused on existing start-ups, and the other one can be focused on commercialization of research.
We need to build programs that can connect these nodes together. We have seen initiatives like that. I've had the privilege to serve on the board of NSERC. There are very good examples that we are starting to see, but they should not necessarily compete with each other in wanting to be the biggest incubator versus the other. They need to complement each other in terms of a national offering that students and entrepreneurs have access to.