Thank you, esteemed colleague.
Everybody in this room is becoming, obviously at different rates, a senior. My question is asked for everybody in this room and everybody we interact with in a regular day. I'll ask my question first and I'll expand a bit later.
It appears to me that when we become seniors, not much is expected of us. We are part of society currently. We're all part of society. We will continue to be part of society. We were raised and evolved with the fact that something is expected of us, and we make a contribution, to a variety of degrees.
My question is mostly directed to Madame Romano and Madame Milroy Swainson, and to some extent to Mr. Head also, and the two others if they want to participate. As I said, we'll all become seniors at some point. What work do you do in that respect? Obviously, human beings have to be dynamized. We have to face something that makes us get up in the morning and gives us a positive outlook on life, to whatever means we may possess.
My mother is 85 years old. She still works. She's a volunteer, but she gets up in the morning and she has a lot of things that keep her busy and keep her going. She has illnesses. She has some medical conditions that she has to address.