I agree. Maybe I should also say that when we move them from temporary housing, i.e., the hotel, to permanent housing, i.e., a basement suite or an apartment, I think in the minds of the refugees and also for ourselves as service providers, they are still temporary accommodations, because of the question of the sustainability of the rent rates in the long term, as you said. Really, a lot of them sort of make do with the size of the suites that we found them. Certainly, in their minds, this is still temporary, until they figure out how to settle permanently.
On June 7th, 2016. See this statement in context.