Mr. Speaker, we need to support our industrial base and we need to increase employment. We understand that.
We will hear many speakers from this side of the House talk about how the economy is very fragile, and it is. Employment is also fragile but we are working hard to change that. Let me mention a new program starting at the SIAST Wascana campus. This program teaches young people to be plumbers. It has just seen the light of day in the last couple of months. It is an attempt to promote training and education for people so that they can find employment in today's economy.
We are aware of what the member has said and we are working hard to alleviate that particular need.