Absolutely, and some provinces are more ready, willing and able to do so than others. It's a not a fixed formula. Not every province should engage in the same formula, if you will, in terms of that.
British Columbia, for example, is asking the federal government to contribute 50% towards the purchase of hotels and development, whether it be any other kind of development, in terms of addressing the homelessness crisis. In other communities, 50% may not work for them, especially in the smaller communities with more limited resources, for example.
I think flexibility is the name of the game, isn't it, in terms of moving forward?
I would like to ask Mr. Cimon that question, because I think Quebec has led the way in terms of this effort.