Mr. Speaker, I know the hon. parliamentary secretary across the way has two universities in his riding, Waterloo and Sir Wilfrid Laurier.
I visit campuses across the country and talk to students. I know his campuses are no different from the others. Students have a problem finding jobs when they get out. They face high taxes. They have student debt loads. Many of them are reconsidering whether or not they want to remain Canadians or go to the United States to find work. I know of computer programmers, doctors and nurses who are leaving this country. They get an education here but because of tax differentials they go down to the United States.
Even though the member across the way likes to brag about low unemployment in his riding, is it because so many of the young people out of his universities find employment elsewhere in that the tax advantages are so much better in the States than they are in Canada?