I would echo that B.C. has some great educational institutions. I went to school there; it was a great time.
Right now at Heddle, we're embarking on a program in which we're partnering with trades colleges that are in the areas where we have shipyards: Mohawk College in Hamilton, Confederation College in Thunder Bay and Niagara College in the Niagara region, in St. Catharines. What we're doing is creating a standard curriculum for ship repair and ship construction.
We need to get young people attracted to this industry. I think there are some incredible things that can be done. It's a great industry, and it's one where you can have a career, should we find stability within all the different shipyards in Canada.
Again, I'd just like to echo that I think if the federal government can do anything, it's to perhaps mobilize some of the trades colleges across the country to come up with a consistent curriculum, but to at the same time ensure that the shipyards that are offering employment do have work. For example, ensure that Davie in Quebec has multi-generations' worth of work and ensure that Seaspan and other shipyards—like in Port Alberni—have work.
I think the single greatest thing the federal government could do is roll out the programs that have already been green-lighted and funded.