I’m from Live Nation Canada. Of the glaring hypocrisies of this government, frankly, to cut funding to the agency best suited for dealing with flooding, but then to fund a study at the same time—do you see the hypocrisy that I do? Ms. Sandy Shaw: It’s a complicated issue. Done correctly, the provision of wraparound services, like mental health and addictions supports, child care, housing and life skills, will provide the supports people need to respond to traumatic and difficult situations that lead them to apply for social assistance. Well, I’ll frame that in the longer term. Ms. Karen Clayton-Babb: I think it’s a blended model. While we were closed, I used up a million-dollar operating line of credit and took on an additional $1.4 million in debt. That’s also putting us at a disadvantage. It’s all in those transitions where we find challenges with our clients. Mr. David Piccini: I just find that grossly unfortunate, that you can’t stand up for workers in health care and conditions that would create more long-term-care spaces and more opportunities for workers in health care. Because of that—and we are going to them for an ask, as well—they need to step in and help our producers with some type of a program, or putting money in the existing program that we have now, federally, to help our producers out. It has gone from $30,000 to currently just under $40,000. Something we dealt with in the fall of 2019, in November, was a flood in the north, and that’s unusual. Rob Keen: How much time do I have for an answer, just so I can know how much—. Part of it is with young people in smaller communities, and in some larger communities, they don’t have anything to do, so they’re put at risk. Mr. Peter Archer: It’s Peter Archer, Northumberland Federation of Agriculture. That will cause irreparable harm. The Chair (Mr. Amarjot Sandhu): Thank you. If we had approached council directly with this idea, I think it could have gotten caught up in the typical council infighting that you would see in various cities throughout the province. Mr. David Piccini: My local group—and I preface this by saying they do vital work in my community. Are there any questions? My very first job, right after high school, was working for CNIB, so do you know what? Knowing what we know about the housing market being slim to none, this creates an issue of women having to stay longer and others not being able to get in. Our hydro costs are astronomical. Ms. Laura Kirby-McIntosh: We can’t wait. But for me specifically, if COVID hadn’t happened, access to capital to take advantage of the demand for this product would be—. Offering more skilled trades programs is costly in equipment as well as large-scale infrastructure requirements, including ventilation. You may have seen on the news some of the blowback that came from that. I thought we had it. Mr. Paul Miller: And I’m concerned about the draw. Whether through existing programs like the Celebrate Ontario fund or the live music stream of the Ontario Music Fund, or through the creation of new industry supports, these programs will provide for a robust Ontario and Canadian live music business to support artists, venues and employees in the promotion of domestic talent as the industry rebounds from the COVID-19 shutdown. Let’s figure out, once and for all, a fundamental change to make it more fair for everyone. Timelines for issuing a permit should be as short as possible, as unnecessary delays can add unnecessary costs to applicants. We didn’t start this. We are meeting today in Belleville for the purpose of pre-budget consultations. MPP Shaw. Mr. Daryl Kramp: We’re pleased to have you here. I apologize to cut you off again. I’m hoping it’s good news that we can share across the province and you’re a leading indicator, being opened up. Each witness will receive up to seven minutes for his or her presentation, followed by eight minutes of questioning from the committee, divided equally amongst the recognized parties. Mr. Ramy Sallal: —on the books and are set for success. The technology is improving, so you’re able to derive more power from one module, and it’s getting cheaper to make those modules. Ms. Cathy McCallum: I would certainly agree that education is important. As we looked at the program and activities, what we built it around was starting from that orientation of the talent pool. We did this based on stakeholders and individual contributions, but as that talent pool continues to grow, there are more partners out there to go work on. This is a linear regression with the child’s needs, very significantly—it’s not always going to be the case, but as a general rule. Mr. Ramy Sallal: Think of the event vendor, the DJ, photo, florist, the video. You’ve got a mom who cares and a daughter who has gotten the supports through amazing agencies. Mr. Paul Miller: And Wayne, to follow up on that—just a suggestion—it may be valuable for your industries and other industries of course to work hand in hand with airlines, with hotels and these types of industries because you all interconnect. Having said that, I wanted to create the first idea here: I think when the province is looking to hand out capital or support to local cities, they actually need to be looking directly at BIAs. If government funding allows libraries to upgrade their Internet bandwidth, wireless networks, public-access computers and technology training programs, it will mean more people applying to jobs, taking courses and working online. We have seen the cancellation of a significant number of renewable energy contracts, both wind and solar, which I know has had a negative impact on your industry and many of the people who make up your industry. 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