Thanks. Again, we regret not making it up there. I remember looking forward to seeing what northern Quebec looked like in the winter. I'm from northern B.C., so I have an image of what it looks like, but it would be nice to see Quebec. Nevertheless, here we are.
I have a question that goes back to the original way of life of the Inuit people. Sometimes we think we have the right solution for people, but one that's not necessarily our own. I am of Germanic descent, and my mom is Scottish and Irish. We have our backgrounds, and you have your background. I often wonder whether the solution for you is the current model of housing, given the increasing rates of tuberculosis and other health issues that are occurring from this somewhat unnatural way of life for Inuit.
What do you see? Do you see changes that need to be made to the housing model? We always hear about the need for more money and more houses, but do you see, a little bit outside of that question, which you've already asked us, a need for a change in the way the houses are built or the way things are done? Do you see possibly a hybrid form of a return to the way Inuit used to live? Hunting and gathering used to be the way people survived, and they did it quite healthily, I would assume. They were quite healthy people back in the days previous to the 1700s.
Do you have some thoughts about that, Linda, if you wouldn't mind answering?