I can take one example. A.S. Johnson High School in Thetford Mines has a tremendous sense of volunteerism, thanks to the work of their local language community, MCDC. I think that of the 52 high school students or graduates, 36 of them are involved in volunteering in different things, everything from helping seniors with computers and teaching them all about Facebook and that kind of thing to helping to rake their yards.
It's interesting, you can hear this on the CLC podcast. They listen to the older generation. They were listening to a Mr. Young. He's 92 years old and he's telling them about what it was like when he was growing up in B.C. He's now in Thetford Mines, but he grew up with Pierre Berton.
There's a very articulate young lady, and Ms. Horrocks can maybe give us the exact URL, but it certainly is worth listening to. It's incredibly inspiring.
These same kids have a five- or six-minute video on YouTube right now about volunteering, about their community. I would urge everyone to take a look at that video because it really does give you a tremendous sense of what young people are all about today. They're very articulate and appreciative of their communities.