Thank you to our witnesses for taking time to join us today.
Mr. Stuart, you quoted Mr. Balsillie saying that Canadians can innovate, but we’re not equipped to win. Clearly, the three of you being here today is demonstration that we are looking for answers on how to equip to win, so I thank you for being here. I hope you've had a chance to read through some of the previous testimony of witnesses who have appeared. We've received some very thoughtful, creative, and I think very helpful information from previous witnesses in terms of trying to achieve that very goal. Equipping to win is without question what we need to accomplish as we go forward.
Mr. Stuart, I'll start with you. I appreciated your testimony on Isowater and some of the issues. You talked about moving from the nuclear to the non-nuclear market, the fast pace of change obviously in technology today, and the highly competitive nature of industry, which demonstrate that there's a need for continual product enhancement. That's obviously what you are working on.
I wonder if you could give us a bit of an overview of your firm's plan in terms of maintaining your leading edge in the nuclear sector. How are you meeting your challenges as you face the non-nuclear sector, and what advice could you give industry and us, as government, in this regard?