Thank you very much, Chair.
As a public health practitioner for so many years, it's been so refreshing for me to hear the emphasis from both of you on the social determinants of health. This is vital, and you've brought it to the fore. Both of you have dug so much deeper within what were originally considered the social determinants of health, digging into the data to certainly analyze much further, with Dr. Siddiqi emphasizing racialized problems in that community in terms of susceptibility and so on.
My first question is for you, Dr. McKenzie. It's great to see you again, if only virtually. I'm wondering if you could tell us a little bit more about the basic income pilot in Ontario. I note that the Wellesley Institute on May 6 conducted a survey with a number of stakeholders to look at vulnerable people in particular. One of the most common responses to that survey, in terms of the recovery from COVID-19, was potentially the need for a universal basic income.
For the benefit of the committee, could you tell us a little bit more about your role on the basic income pilot in Ontario, which of course was terminated after only one year, and whether there were some learnings in that one-year time period that were collated and that we could think about going forward?