From my perspective, Canada actually produces, I think, a disproportionate amount of the world's knowledge. We have some of the best universities in the world. I think if you look at the report from the Council of Canadian Academies that talks about where Canada excels, we should be really proud of what we have as the brain trust.
I think where we struggled as a country is on the innovation side. That is, how do we actually capture the value of the knowledge that we're creating and also the knowledge created elsewhere in the world and turn that into social and economic advantages for Canadians?
Getting back to disruptive technologies, that's really the key outcome of being able to really understand where the disruption is, focus, and put something into the marketplace.