Thank you very much for the question. I didn't know quite where it was going; I thought you were going to be talking about the echo epidemic of mental health that was going to come through COVID.
The situation that we find in Canada in general is that about 7% of health care spending is spent on mental health. In the U.K., it's between 9% and 11%, depending on where you are. A lot more money is spent on mental health in the U.K.
Mental health, obviously, as you know, is about people. There's not amazing surgery to be done and all of those other things. There aren't loads of equipment. It's about people. If you're not spending the money, you don't have the people, and if you don't have the people, you don't have the service.
The difference I've seen in Canada compared to the U.K. is that there is not a comprehensive enough mental health service, and there's not a comprehensive community mental health service. Because of that, there are more crises. There are many more mental health crises and, as you know, these can end up tragically.
The actual breadth and depth of mental health services in Canada are not sufficient, I believe, to meet the needs of the population. If we are to get an echo epidemic of mental health problems due to COVID, I believe we are going to have real problems unless we significantly start investing in building capacity to deal with the mental health impacts in the community and elsewhere.