Thank you very much, Madam Chair.
In our last meeting we had, we had a good discussion. One of the points I made was that for a lot of where we need to go, we just don't have the ability to get there at this current juncture. I know our professors are talking about the Herculean efforts of World War II, etc.
This is for you, Mr. Johnston.
You're from a university environment. Think of the case of, say, health care, with our nurses and our doctors. I hear stories all the time from people in my riding whose kids, grandkids or whoever get way over 90% in high school. They got into university, and they got way over 90%. We need family doctors in rural areas, and we need emergency room doctors all over the place. They can get into university, but they can't get into medical school to be a doctor.
Can you give us an idea—I known you have worked almost your whole life in the university environment—of how this is happening?