Thank you, Mr. Chair.
We talked about economic development and education. I'd like to talk about all of that in connection with the building of new housing. I would like your opinion on this.
In my opinion, if more on-site training were offered in the construction trades, culturally adapted training, we could reduce construction costs. We could plan for the longer term, as you said, and we could better adapt things to the climate and the culture, since the workers live there. Do you think we could adopt that type of long-term solution?
Regarding energy sources, I know that Nunavik does not draw its power from the Hydro-Quebec power grid, and that is a problem. Could the federal government provide assistance in this regard, in order to lower construction costs and improve existing and future infrastructure?