Furthermore, the mandate of Canadian Heritage is to support this type of initiative to weave the social fabric of communities. I invite you to visit the site GoGaspe.com. Perhaps you have not heard of it, but we have received representatives from anglophone community media who told us about the site GoGaspe.com. That is a similar type of centre, but more virtual.
I would now like to turn to the officials from CUPE.
As I just said, this initiative seems to fall under the responsibility of Canadian Heritage. What strikes me about you who represent the workers is that we have an industry that is hurting. We may talk about communities that are underserved locally, but the industry is hurting. In an industry, there are employees and you are representing them. I am constantly criticizing the failure of the Department of Innovation, Science and Economic Development to address industry challenges. We are not talking about heritage and culture, we are talking about employees who used to do a certain job every week and who suddenly must shift to another type of job. If there is a sector in which people's quality of life has changed, and the people have moved from a cushy job to freelance and jump from one contract to another, yours is it, isn't it?