I know that the government has an agenda. We work very well with our minister in terms of the SPA process, and there's very much a focus around women entrepreneurs, first nations and indigenous women, and how we give them access.
I think I'll do the combined bank experience and EDC. I know I'm speaking here on behalf of EDC.
I go back to the fundamentals, which are awareness—helping them be aware that they can become exporters—and helping them along the way. In some aspects, young entrepreneurs, women—not just young—have a different means of communication. We need to be digital ready. We need to have access, and not just the traditional forms of access, where you have it in person and you go to a meeting or you listen to a chief economist or to the Canadian Chamber of Commerce or other sources of conversation. We need to also be able to reach out to them such that they can appreciate what is there for them and how to do it.
In terms of new development of the client strategy that the corporation has in mind, a lot is around digital outreach. It's around targeting people who would not otherwise know that they can be exporters and then walking them through the educational process as well as the facilitation process.
That's a bit of the top-of-the-house answer.