The clusters have been place for a number of years, and governments have supported them. I think it's very important that you have the brain trust of universities, the manufacturing sector, and the dairy industry, our poultry industry, whatever is involved. Whatever cluster it is, sit down and have a chance to.... You have to have the brains and the research and then the agricultural sector to put the stuff in play.
The end result is that the university and the scientist create, for example, canola. That's a prime example of what can happen when everybody works together. China alone brings in $2 billion a year of new money for the farmers in this country. That's the kind of thing we want to develop.
There was $70 million allocated in our budget for this type of thing and to make sure that we enhance the research in this country. We want to make sure, hopefully in the next budget, that we continue on this process. We want to make sure that the researchers, number one, talk to each other, and number two, talk to people around the world.
The announcement I made in Swift Current a few days ago of $35 million was to make sure that people understand that this government is fully committed to research and agriculture. Science-based research is vital for the agricultural sector.