I would say, first of all, they're not really workshops. Second of all, the whole-of-government approach that we're taking, and why it has taken us a year to put this into place, is that departments are actually communicating and speaking with each other. It's not just about Innovation, Science and Economic Development. We're working closely with Global Affairs Canada and so forth. This is not a situation of the same program, new name. We've learned that has not worked well in the past. This is about listening to what SMEs are saying, listening to entrepreneurs and business leaders, and saying, what can we change to make it more available?
I'll tell you one other point. When it comes to the program of CanExport, if there is a nuance or something that's stopping you from being successful, there are people you can speak to to help you be successful in applying for that program. It's having the outcome that not only they want but that this government and Canadians need them to want, so that they can create the growth successfully.
We're not here to put roadblocks in front of them. We're saying, how do we help ease and have your success? At the end of the day, when our small businesses succeed, Canadians and the Government of Canada succeed. That's what it's about.