If I could just add, Minister, there's nothing more frustrating than when you've actually attracted a young Canadian who wants to come and serve as a reservist or in the regular force, and then they get there and it takes them eight months to a year to get in. That is just frustrating as all get-out.
I'm happy to say that the army and the navy have now introduced an expedited enrolment process for their reservists. As a matter of fact, Tuesday, I'll be going to Donnacona, Montreal, and we'll be bringing in our first reservist who will, after 21 days from the time she went to the recruiting centre, be enrolled as a naval logistician here next week. We're really happy about that.
The other thing we've done under the chief's direction is we've gone to our recruiting group and said, you need to come back and tell us how a young Canadian can walk into a recruiting centre, and in 30 days, if they want to join, they can join.
Those are some of the efforts. Attraction is one piece, but then actually having them enrolled is probably more important, I would suggest.