This is a very complicated problem, as you know. We've invested a lot of money into this so far. We're 22 months in and we've put a lot of money in, but I think it does require our best thinking.
In my speech, I talked about a residential rehabilitation assistance program, which is helpful to ensure that housing doesn't become dilapidated. We put money into the housing trust and the affordable housing initiative. I could give you a long list, but I guess I would simply say we're going to work very hard with our provincial partners and others to try to come up with some solutions to address these problems.
There are no easy answers. On the one hand, you'll have communities where you have high levels of poverty and they have problems with housing. On the other hand, you'll have communities that are very prosperous and, for opposite reasons, they have problems with housing. Calgary is a good example.
I hope you don't think it's a cliché to say it really requires all levels of government, the private sector, and not-for-profits to try to come up with some creative solutions to help people get over this hump. At the same time, we should be conscious of the fact that Canada is in a pretty enviable position compared to many countries in the world.