Thank you, Mr. Chair.
Thank you to the presenters today, and everybody, for their questions.
It was a very interesting discussion. COVID-19 has certainly changed our world in a short period of time, especially for the people who are in very fragile financial situations.
I think our federal government has done a really good job, along with the Government of the Northwest Territories, our communities and band councils, the Métis locals, the friendship centres and the food banks. All have really made sure that our people are okay. We live in an area in the north where there's a high cost of living, and food security has always concerned us.
I'm curious, and perhaps I could ask a question about if and how COVID-19 has affected the financial protection of the potentially vulnerable consumer population, such as the elders, the seniors and people in remote communities. These are the ones who may, for the most part, have difficulty accessing financial institutions in their communities. I know that in the north we don't have a lot of banks, and people may not be able to securely or comfortably access online banking. That's my first question.