Yes, we have, to a degree, but in our quest to get that basic database, that labour market information, we did two significant studies. One was on farms greater than $100,000 income per year. We did another significant study on farms less than $100,000, which represent, by the way, the largest part of agriculture in Canada.
We just had a very cursory look at that, but that is an area that we need to get into in more depth. We're starting to identify some of the needs out there, and we're also starting to identify some of the best management practices, if you will, so that we can convey this to other farmers across the country and try to get skills development in that kind of way.
On the issue of automation, it opens up the door for us on some issues. It's obviously a natural part of progression and something that has evolved and we have to go to. But in and of itself, it's created another layer of skills required that we simply need to address. Because of modernization and how quickly it evolves and comes upon us, it's hard to keep pace with identifying what some of these skills areas are.