Thank you, Mr. Chair.
If I understand the question correctly, the way the government ran this program was that applications were received either by the institutions themselves or, in the case of Quebec, through the Quebec government, with the provinces indicating which projects they would support, because they were in for an equal amount.
After that time, we basically followed the regular kinds of requirements for the utility of the project that a normal project would follow. The fundamental difference was that they also had a requirement to be able to complete the project within the two-year stimulus period. So there wasn't a lowering of eligibility criteria in any way. There was, in fact, the addition of another eligibility criterion, which meant that although an institution might have had an idea for a better or more interesting project, if they couldn't demonstrate to officials that it could be delivered within the two-year stimulus period, it wasn't eligible.