Thank you, Mr. Chair.
One of the interesting aspects about the planning notation you have is the idea of this ongoing commitment—I guess almost similar to the network that you've proposed—of regular services to engage the SMEs and make that investment. That was the case for the auto sector for many years in Windsor and Essex County, where there were federal supports to help bring along the industry and to educate folks, especially when things changed. They didn't get just an email. There were workshops. There was activity.
There was preplanning done three years in advance so that it wasn't just seen as a gamble but as part of long-term business development, especially for tool and die and mould-making. In fact, some of the recovery we've had in that field over the last number of years has been outside of automotive, but it came with supports to transition to medical devices and other types of industries, with an engagement with the government.
Could something like that be done, or is there a pilot situation that can be done? I'll leave it at that.