I can never get a far shake here.
Thanks, Mr. Chair.
I have lots of questions. I'll try to keep them tight, and I'd ask the witnesses do the same in their response.
I'll go first to Mr. Shenfeld.
There is a certain level of optimism, frankly, that I've heard, that within a few years we're probably going to get back to 2019 levels of economic production in Canada. One of the things I'm concerned about is not that we won't get there in a few years, but with what will happen to those people who are living in the bubble in the intervening period? I'm curious if you have advice on what we can do during the transition and recovery, not only to get our GDP and unemployment rate back to where they might have been in 2019, but also to ensure that we mitigate against the possibility of widespread bankruptcies at the household or small business level.