I have one other question regarding the program. In his press release the minister stated that it would enable them to take advantage of urban and remote resource development opportunities. I assume that as the moneys are allocated, many of the ridings do not have resource development opportunities. Would it be possible then, if there is a large resource development such as the tar sands plants, when moneys are allocated in ridings where there are not these kinds of developments, for jobs to be created and for people to have opportunities to move where the jobs are, even though the moneys are allocated specifically in one area?
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