I will perhaps begin, and my colleagues may be able to suggest some other options.
We have worked hard with some of our provincial and territorial counterparts to encourage regional collaboration as well as individual provincial and jurisdictional collaboration. We in fact have a western forum that deals with issues related to the internationally educated health professionals, and another one in the Atlantic. Those are showing some efficiencies in having people work together on some parts of what they would like to do.
We are fortunate at Health Canada that our internationally educated health professionals initiative has ongoing funding, 90% of which is allocated to the provinces and territories. We work with them very closely to develop projects that meet their specific needs. We have another portion of our funding that looks at pan-Canadian projects. Those are the kinds of things I've talked about, for example, with the Medical Council of Canada.
There are obviously other things that could be done. We are hoping through some of the work we are doing that we will have more information available--for example, a website people could go to. Right now I know you've heard there are varying types of websites and there are variations in the quality. We are building to that, and some of the work we have done will be able to support those kinds of innovations in the future.