That's a definite “I don't know” on 3,700 jobs.
I'll move on to a different report. Four of your colleagues wrote a report called the “Report of the Atlantic Growth Strategy Subcommittee on Innovation”, and in it they said:
Four to five months can be a lifetime for a business, especially for a startup. Following the approval of an application
—and this is in regard to ACOA—
finalizing the related contribution agreement may take anywhere from two to 12 months, further impeding a business’ opportunity to execute successfully.
In your opinion, is an ACOA minister from Mississauga the best way to overcome this particular impediment to economic growth in Atlantic Canada?