I'd say that Canadian Nuclear Laboratories is a pillar of disruptive technology for Canada. We're slowly peeling away the layers of the onion on what those 3,000 scientists and engineers can do in this transition to the GOCO private operator, which is generally going to be a consortium of three or four Canadian and international companies. We must make sure and Industry Canada must make sure that the types of entrepreneurial developments that Isowater is working on still can thrive.
I've been told that the job of the GOCO is to do more faster. That really needs to be checked and tested. For the programs that Industry Canada and EDC have, all of the programs that are aligned in this ecosystem, and the new ones we need for disruptive technologies, Canadian Nuclear Laboratories must be a key partner in this to the benefit of Canadian enterprises.