The Red Seal program is a good example.
So that is one area I would highlight.
You mentioned the temporary foreign worker program. The government is reviewing it. It is designed to deal with temporary skill gaps, and the intention is to bring workers in to fill those gaps on a temporary basis. It's important that it be used appropriately, and the government is reviewing that.
As a country, though, what we need to do wherever there are sustained skill gaps is invest in the country to generate those skills here in Canada, so that we have our own home-grown labour force.