I feel incredibly lucky to have been a Jaimie Anderson Intern this year. Having been granted the opportunity to forge relationships with individuals of all political stripes, from around the country, has been truly inspiring. The Honourable Michelle Rempel and her team, with whom I had the pleasure of working, have been fantastic mentors who never missed the opportunity to turn the news of the day into an incredible learning experience for me. Above all, my time on the Hill has challenged my conceptions about the boundaries of political space. In my experience, working at the federal level means maintaining an open dialogue with key community stakeholders at the local level. To that end, technology has facilitated the transmission of ideas in real time. Media coverage, as I have also learned, is especially important in this regard, so that Canadians remain informed of the complexities of developments that affect them. Finally, I have learned that ideological differences can be bridged—collegiality within politics is ubiquitous and effective. Politics is, above all, a business of good people who want the best for Canada.