Thank you very much. That answers my question.
The fourth point you brought up dealt with the importance of obtaining Canada-wide results, so that provinces can be compared with each other and with the national level. A number of speakers have expressed that need and the gap we have. There have been requests for information to be communicated and for collaboration so that we would not have to wait for a year, say, to be able to compile the information and draw conclusions. Some countries have been much quicker than we have. They have been much more advanced and have established systems to centralize that data.
In Canada, in your opinion, whose responsibility is it to ensure this cohesion among organizations, among the provinces, and between the provinces and the federal level? Who should manage it? I feel that we are just passing the buck.