If that is the case, and if the program is working, let's say hypothetically, the way you describe it, how important is the temporary foreign worker program to keeping the economy rolling?
In Fort McMurray, for instance, I've never seen anyone earning more than $20 or $25 an hour who is a temporary foreign worker; such a case just doesn't exist. The average income there is $185,000 per household—it's the highest in the country—and there is a huge service sector that is servicing the people working in the oil sands. Those people are not going to work for $20 or $25 an hour. So how important is it that we have a properly managed temporary foreign worker program, but also that we have one that works as you describe?