With respect to labour, we're certainly realizing that we are competing. What we asked the government to do is adjust the programs so that students can go to work in the fields or at the plants, mainly for the summer.
When harvesting starts, the demand for workers at plants is going to be huge, especially when it comes to fruit and vegetable growers.
At this point, all the temporary foreign workers have not arrived, so we are going to need more students and local workers. What we'd like to see is a program that incentivizes workers, so that students or those earning less than $550 a week are motivated to work.
Yesterday, our premier here, in Quebec, announced a program for those working in residential and long-term care centres. It could serve as a model, with the government providing bonuses to those who want to work at certain times, do overtime or work more.
It's really important to give people an incentive to work a bit more if we are going to keep feeding the population.
I hope that answers your question.