You'll notice there was a peak in the 1990s, and that was when crack came into B.C. We've been looking at that for some time, and that peak was mainly confined to the Downtown Eastside. We were seeing a lot of people dying.
The response was quite different. We have a partnership in B.C. that has been looking at this data, the coroner's office and others, for a number of years. We did see things coming up.
We finally reached the point that we declared the emergency because all of our usual measures to try to intervene, to increase awareness on the street, to make sure that people know what's happening, via a number of campaigns, weren't going anywhere. We needed a much broader partnership to try to address these crises as the deaths were coming up.