On the labour side, one would be just having the labour pool.
Just in our area alone, there isn't the pool to draw from. Whoever is at that level to go to the next level of innovation and has the computer skills or knowledge is being forced to go to university. A friend of mine—this was 15 years ago—was on track, was great in school. He could have gone to university. He wanted to be a trades guy. I remember as clear as day that our guidance counsellor told him, “No, no. You can't do that. That's not what people like you do. You should be going to university.”
I find that our high schools and education system are pushing people, and it's not just in our trade. It's everything across the board, in multiple trades. I've heard it many times. They're pushing all of these young students who have a want and desire to get into this industry and other trade industries like it and forcing them by saying, “Oh no, that's not what you should do. You should do university.”