Madam Speaker, I thank the hon. member for a very good question. There is a tremendous amount of duplication of efforts between provincial and federal governments in Canada.
If we look at the education system and training in Canada, we see that part of the problem is that there are so many programs which are not tied together that we do need a more cohesive approach to training, education and more research into apprenticeship programs. I think there is a significant amount of potential, especially in the areas of tying education to the jobs of tomorrow.
I believe governments have to look ahead to see where the employment trends are going and then federal and provincial governments should be compelled to work together to ensure, either through apprenticeship programs or through a better secondary and post-secondary education system, that our young people are provided with the skills and tools they need to survive and prosper here in Canada.