Dr. McKenzie, I want to focus on mental health for a moment.
A June 29 article from Global News noted that before moving to Toronto you ran a mental health service in north London, U.K. When someone with psychosis or another serious form of mental illness was in crisis, your team of medical professionals showed up first rather than the police. You noted in that article that this was possible because the U.K. funds mental health care in ways that Canada does not.
Could you please provide the committee with further detail on the effectiveness of this program, and maybe outline the key differences between the U.K.'s and Canada's approaches to funding mental health care?