Absolutely, and one of our partners, in our response, is our correctional services, the provincial and federal correctional services. We've started with naloxone, and making it available in our provincial corrections facilities. Treatment availability is being worked on. These are really important issues.
We do see, as was mentioned, a critical period when people get out of a correctional facility. They have not had regular access to drugs in the facility, and they are at a high risk of dying from an overdose in that period of time, and so supporting them around that period of time is important.
We also hear in the correctional facilities themselves that because drugs apparently come in quite regularly, people need to use them all up very quickly prior to their being detected. As a result, there's a high rate of overdoses happening in our facilities now. How to manage those appropriately, to encourage people, and to provide the opportunity for opioid substitution and treatment while in prison is something that we think is really important.