Very good, yes. We did speak about the future, because one of the things that has worked out is that the economic action plan has been successful for most communities, and we're quite happy with the way things are turning out, generally speaking, and that in fact we're looking for more partnerships between the different orders of government. We think that by working together we can avoid duplication, we can work more efficiently, and of course we can, in our case, end up with a much better result for our communities. And that's what I was speaking to, at looking to the future, because I think that's an important thing.
Also it was mentioned about flexibility, the flexibility we're talking about. The government has shown flexibility before by withdrawing that 100% clawback that said if you didn't finish by the deadline date, you're not getting any of the federal money and you have to pay back what you got. So that is a definite showing of flexibility and one that most communities were very happy with. The kind of flexibility we're showing now could basically be taken care of, in many cases, by some administrative work.