Thank you, Mr. Chair, and thank you to our two doctors who are here today for their testimony. It is incredibly interesting, for sure.
Mr. Chair, I certainly hate going behind Mr. Davies in questioning, because once again he has brought up some points that I wanted to bring up.
It's about that same article, Dr. McKenzie, that article in Global News regarding your experience in the U.K., in north London. It was about the team of the medical professionals who showed up first—not the police—when there was a mental health crisis in the community. You talked a bit about it. Can you explain to us how this came about, how it worked and how you dealt with violent or armed non-cooperative people?
I know that this wasn't a part of your testimony today, but I think it is very relevant in the mental health side of it. Can you elaborate a little more on how you began this?