We met with Industry Canada a couple of times, when we knew that they were in the process of creating their digital economy strategy that was published last year. I think a lot of parties felt that it wasn't very specific. There were broad generalities. But certainly one of their important recommendations was that Canadians needed digital skills training. There needs to be somewhere we can go for lifelong learning.
Libraries are taking a little step in that direction, but it's not far enough. They need help. There are community partners and organizations willing to do it, but there needs to be a coherent strategy to make sure that skills training is available to Canadians wherever they live, however small the community. There again, that's where community media can step in.
It's consistent to what we recommended and what this committee recommended in 2012.