Thank you for your kind words about the work that our employees are doing every day to serve Canadians.
Maybe I can answer the question by explaining a bit what our roles have been in this initial and urgent distribution of personal protective equipment.
Each entity had its own role to play, for sure. Amazon was brought in to provide the system platform to enable PHAC to place orders, track orders, track inventory and then give a signal that an order needed to be dispatched. We could not do that ourselves, because we're not a fulfillment company—we're a processing, transportation and delivery company—and so that was Amazon's role.
Purolator—and Ryan can probably add to this after—is providing transportation to the Maritime-Ontario warehouse to await shipment instructions and is also providing the final-mile shipping services to the 14 health organizations across the country.
Canada Post is also providing final last-mile shipping services in some instances.
Maritime-Ontario, which is a contractor of Canada Post, has provided an emergency warehouse solution to store the product and—