Well, I think the Canadian government is measuring all of its actions. What would be a subsidy would be something that would support some costs that are directly paid to the industry. The department is taking into account what is financed yearly by the Canadian government and what is financed by different provincial governments. There's also some review done yearly. There will be some hearings. We'll start them really soon. We'll have a good discussion on what is a support and what is not.
The U.S. is claiming that green electricity is a support to the industry when it is not. The way electricity is generated in Quebec is through a call for tenders. Then after that, all the electricity is put in a pool. Then it is sold to the different users. So claims that the Quebec government is subsidizing electricity to the industry are totally false. Quebec is using the same types of programs the States are using to back up some capacity. There's huge discussion on what is being claimed to be a subsidy and what would count as one.