If you don't have a projected number of how many people you would like to stay in those communities, I don't know how you're going to measure success, really.
Will five people going to one community be a success, versus, let's say, 100 people, or whatever the case may be? I would think there would need to be some sort of analysis of what the targets are in the targeted areas and then what the projected numbers are for it to be successful. Otherwise, we're kind of guessing with that. With regard to the evaluation of the program, it would be difficult to determine how the program is successful or not.
On the other issue, when we studied the Atlantic provinces, many of the people raised the issue of infrastructure and the need to ensure there is the infrastructure to retain newcomers.
With this pilot, will additional infrastructure be provided to the communities to support, hopefully, success and therefore retention?