Those programs are very well thought out. One thing we could improve upon is being able to access them in a time- and cost-efficient manner. Quite often, some of these programs require a lot of paperwork to make your application, get selected, and be able to get the money. Streamlining those kinds of things would be good.
You've covered the waterfront, and we're extremely grateful for it. We have export development things. The additional money that's in the expanding market opportunities program is federal money. It doesn't require matching from the province or the industry. That's very useful, especially when we think about doing demonstration projects to demonstrate our technology in places like China, where they have considerably more housing starts and needs for energy-efficient, GHG-friendly buildings. We would encourage continuation of that program. It's been renewed for two years. It's hard for us as industry to be able to plan. That supports our offshore market offices in Japan, China, Korea, and India. It's hard to plan—to have staff there—if you're always working on budgetary cycles, so if we could get long-term funding in those things, that would be useful.
On the green construction through wood program, we're not sure exactly what the details are, but we're certainly looking forward to the conversation. Maybe that goes back to streamlining. When these things are developed for implementation by Treasury Board and the appropriate federal departments, pre-consultation on what they look like, how you access them, and how you track them would be useful to make effective use of those dollars.