Thank you, Chair; and thank you to all our witnesses who are here today.
Mr. Tesarowski, I agree with many of your comments about how rushed this legislation has been. I know Canadians knew that the federal government had this as a campaign promise, but I think they would have expected the federal government to say how it should be implemented and to fund it, so I took your comments there well. However, when I think about testimony we heard earlier today, I think it was Professor Ware who talked about how the expectation was that we were going to use the medical marijuana system because it's well quality-controlled and well distributed to implement this, so that would help address some of the timeliness. That doesn't seem to be true when we consider that Kathleen Wynne has just said she's going to create a cannabis council and an LCBO-type structure, which would be different again.
My problem with that is this: with the LCBO, I'm in a rural place, so 9 to 6 are the hours, and I can't see that competing with Hells Angels on price or availability. Mr. Tesarowski, could you and Ms. Rivet comment on that?