Ms. Cukier, I can't help but sense some frustration within your comments when you are talking to us about these disruptive technologies and what we could have and could not have. Government gets in the way many times rather than helps sufficiently, I think.
Clearly, on this particular topic that we're talking about, we see that as a huge opportunity in the future. What government wants to know, I would suggest, no matter who's sitting at this table or another table, is how we help that happen. First, how do we get those students excited? By the time they end up at Ryerson, as an example, do they already have the bug? Rather than waiting until they're in university, how can we get our younger kids, the nine- and ten-year-olds who are playing around with these different ideas, excited and thinking about how they might work on the development of various things so that continues to build and feed that entrepreneurial skill as they go through their high school years and into university?