I don't believe it will. We're not forgetting New Brunswickers. If anything, we're investing more today than we've ever done.
In terms of investing in New Brunswickers, we understand that we need to provide them with opportunities. We have pilot projects all across our province with social assistance clients, identifying those who we feel have the ability, if given the opportunity and the proper training, to enter the workforce. We do have those kinds of programs. Last year we initiated free tuition at public universities and colleges for families with incomes of $60,000 or less. That gives opportunity to people who weren't even thinking of pursuing a post-secondary education and entering into a career. That's a huge program, the first in the country as well. We furthered those programs this year.
We're not forgetting New Brunswickers. We feel that in some instances they need more training, and as a government we're trying to offer that to them.