That's what I'm talking about—informed and good data—and we just said that we didn't have it. But InSite keeps being held up as if this is where we want to go, or that this is the flagship for Canada. I looked at the literature, and it seems that it's written by one or two different guys who keep quoting each other. There's a guy named Kerr; there's a guy, I believe, whose name is Montaner. When you're looking at it from a government standpoint, it seems that injection sites are an effort to put all the eggs into one basket. I believe the police association president was saying on CTV that as a result InSite, they've had to divert 100 officers to police and make sure that area is safe for people who are down there. If you look at the costs, at $100,000 per officer, that's $10 million per year. If you look at treatment beds, that money could treat over 1,000 people in 90-day treatment programs.
On October 6th, 2016. See this statement in context.