Thank you very much, Mr. Chair.
Thank you very much to the witnesses. Those were fantastic remarks.
If I get to all three of my questions, great, but I have two specifically that I would like both witnesses to respond to, please.
The witness in the last panel spoke about how it's very much a one-way conversation. Michigan does all the talking, and apparently Ontario and Canada have to do all the listening. I find it very interesting that there's not more of a bilateral approach to this. As we all know, both economies rely so strongly on each other.
Take the auto assembly industry as an example. Chrysler is just outside my riding. I believe parts of a vehicle actually go back and forth on the busiest international bridge seven times before they're assembled to make one vehicle. That goes both ways: in Ontario—in Windsor-Essex—and in Michigan, downriver. That doesn't even include the supply chains and the manufacturers that go along with it.
To each of our witnesses, what economic impact do you see with regard to jobs and losing jobs, specifically with regard to Canada bleeding and hemorrhaging jobs out of our economy? What impact do you see?