In fact, expanding the programs would enable all municipalities in Canada to benefit from them. However, it is limited to certain sectors. Take the example of drinking water. Some rural municipalities, both in Quebec and elsewhere in Canada, have no water system. At this point, it is more difficult for them to be able to benefit from the programs.
That is why we say it could include cultural, sports or community infrastructure. Ultimately, it should be expanded to cover everything that falls under the municipalities' responsibility in relation to infrastructure. That is why we say a way should be found for it to benefit all Canadians, regardless of the size of the municipality.
However, there are things that are specific to the biggest cities. We were saying just now that there could perhaps be structuring programs, something we would completely support.
Overall, the coverage of the programs has to be expanded so that more Canadians can benefit from the programs set up by the federal government. That said, we are extremely happy that this program has been set up, because it meets our expectations and the public's expectations.