It's a fairly long question. I was going to say something to the first part of your question.
I think it's important to recognize that the history is what it is. Part of the fact is that negotiating federal–provincial agreements is pretty challenging. Now we're at a point at which there have been some precedents. There are some models that have been developed, and those are being followed.
I can't speak to the history that you outlined, other than to say that it must have been very complicated to make those negotiations.
I would say that the recent developments in the way the stimulus package was rolled out have, from an administrative perspective, been an improvement. We have a plan to sit down with the department and with the minister's staff to talk about what went well, what didn't go well, what the lessons learned are, and how we can improve, so that the next time round we're building a model that, as we go into the future, just gets better and better.