You're not aware of it. Okay.
Well, that makes this line of questioning a little tougher, then.
I'll give you a little bit of background of what was there. They proposed a federal cooperative investment plan, a cooperative development plan co-funded by the federal government and the cooperative sector. There were a number of points they were making.
Mr. Preston, in his questioning, was very clear that we've had a major success in this area, better success than what we're seeing among some of the entrepreneurs out there in the business community. I think mentoring is a factor, Mr. Preston.
So we have a successful model. We have people within that group saying to us, “Here are some other ways we can advance it and make it better.” It just strikes me as strange that we're cutting back, with cuts to the rural and cooperatives secretariat and the programs of the cooperative initiative.
I guess it takes me to a place where I have to ask bluntly if this has just been an exercise to meet the austerity cuts of this government.