The only point I would add is that there's something I've found we hear a lot and I find a bit strange. We frequently hear the comment that it's easier for young people to get cannabis than alcohol and tobacco. The reality is that the studies say exactly the opposite.
Specifically, I'm talking about the Ontario drug use and health surveys that the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health does now. They've been doing these surveys for 40 years. They know what they're doing with this. Their data show that underage people report that it's easier for them to get alcohol and tobacco than it is to get cannabis. The reason is that their peers of legal age are their suppliers. In other words, if you're 18, you can get alcohol and tobacco from your 19-year-old peers, but your 19-year-old peers don't have legal access to cannabis, so it's not so easy.
I think this is an important part. We really need to look at the data when we hear comments that get people excited and worried. I'll leave it at that.