I would add a little bit, Mr. Chair.
Obviously building the capacity of universities and colleges has a tremendous potential impact in the future. Mr. Kramp mentioned Capilano University as an example of that.
The areas that KIP supported included repair and maintenance, which maybe doesn't get the credit it deserves. We've had a number of institutions that are looking at significant reductions in their energy costs going forward, at a time when their provincial funding may be affected. That allows them to keep their activities going at a time when otherwise they would have to cut back on the education that happens.
The other areas we supported were building the teaching capacity of the universities and colleges—and there's no need to elaborate on the impact of that—as well as research capacity.
We're doing our best now that the final reports are coming in to measure those impacts, so that we'll have a good record of the overall impact of the $2 billion investment the people of Canada made through the federal government, but also the $5 billion investment that was made in total in KIP projects.