I look at 900 seniors, then, as an $18-million cost, and you just indicated, Mr. Waldman, that if we tripled this, it would be somewhere in excess of $12 million more. I did the numbers, and according to the CIHI number here of $5,782 for an average person's spending in Canada on health care, it's $5.2 million. If you triple it, it's $15.6 million.
I look at your situation, and whether or not it's exactly 900 people who would be impacted by this, or 1,900. Do either of you, Mr. Waldman or Mr. Rae, have any idea what those costs were in regard to administration, or would you have those numbers, Mr. Diverty, from CIHI, for the costs of the admissibility, for doing the paperwork and that sort of thing, for each individual? As you've given us for health care costs, is there an average for paperwork, just for health care in Canada as well, that would apply here?