Mr. Speaker, allow me to again mention four measures we have introduced to support people who lose their jobs and are in difficulty.
First, we are extending the employment insurance benefit period by five weeks. That is five weeks more than usual, because times are tough and we know that it can take people longer to find work.
Second, we are extending work-sharing agreements by 14 weeks, not one, not two, not three, but 14 weeks.
Third, there is workforce training. People can receive employment insurance while they take training. Those are three of the four examples.