I would like to think they are compatible. We certainly have high hopes for that. I think our excitement around indigenous tourism right now is very high in Alberta and, I think, in other provinces. We are seeing a real resurgence in that we are very proud of our strong history in this country, and we want to be able to showcase it to the world. I think that's an opportunity.
The hospitality industry is an opportunity. We have wonderful, outstanding new aboriginal chefs who are coming on TV, and all kinds of things, so we're really excited about that.
These are some of the high-profile things, but then there are always the industries our men traditionally go to: construction, oil rigs, and that kind of thing. They've always done that.
I think it's there. I think we just need to let people know we are there.
We're the highest-growing youth population in this country. We're going to have an awful lot of young people who are well educated. Our education numbers are increasing, certainly even in my own personal experience. I remember six graduates in about 1960 from the University of Alberta. We're at a couple of hundred a year now, so they are increasing. Don't quote me on the numbers because I could be wrong. That's a personal memory.
I think there are some positives there—I really do—and particularly around tourism. We are really going to hit this one hard as a council this year. We want to see our government take a huge surge forward with this area.