Thank you very much, everybody, for coming.
I've said this before, and I'll continue to say it. This is a problem that's been ignored for decades, which is what has brought us to where we are today. There's not going to be one magic bullet that's going to solve the problem. It's going to involve funding, absolutely, but it's also a cultural mindset that needs to change.
Before I got elected.... Well, I still own a little coffee shop in my riding, and we've been doing, for about four years now, something called the death café. It sounds morbid, but it's a place where people get together to talk about death in a non-threatening, life-empowering way. It's one of the reasons I decided to run for Parliament. I started seeing 15-year-olds engaging with 88-year-olds and the magic there. Nobody's getting paid. This is just starting to take back what we've lost, because we used to be able to take care of our own. We used to be able to engage each other.
I think, Natalie, you said that the nuclear family has changed dramatically, and we don't have that number of people there. From what I see, that's a great opportunity.
I think it's very similar to your Dying Healed program, because you are dealing with end of life. You're having those conversations. Am I correct in that?