Thank you, Mr. Chair. I'll be quick.
I appreciate the presentations; they were very interesting. We could probably talk all day on every issue raised here.
I'm very interested in the presentation by Ms. Yeo on internships and work without pay. I think private industry and government both have a role and should be listening closely to this, because we have employment standards and acts that relate to this in different jurisdictions. They vary, and are sometimes very blurry.
As an MP for the Northwest Territories, I have a lot of small communities in my riding, and I hear a lot about this, because we don't have universities in the north, so everybody has to travel to the south to go to school. They also have to go through the culture shock that usually comes with moving to a large city from a small community, specially a small indigenous community, but it's necessary to go through this process to gain experience. Everybody's doing actual work. If they weren't doing it, the employer would probably have to pay somebody to do it. I think we see some discrimination against students from low-income families who can't get the support, and I certainly see it in our indigenous student population.
I think you touched on this a little already, but now that you're on television and everybody's watching, it's an opportunity for you tell us what recommendation you would make for us to follow through on to see if we can make a difference on this subject, because I think it's very important.