Thank you, Ms. Martinez Ferrada, for your question and for your work with our team and with the committee members.
I can give you several examples. The department created new processes, used new technology and established new teams with a mandate to prioritize the country's urgent needs.
I'll highlight a number of ways in which our department has responded to COVID-19.
As I've said, we've truly evolved in a number of ways. We've leveraged new technologies. We've set up new processes. We've stood up tiger teams to ensure that the urgent needs of Canadians around food, fuel and health are met, and that medical supplies are still flowing across our international borders. That is a concrete demonstration of the way our department has proven to be very resilient in meeting the needs of Canadians.
In the long run, I believe we will be able to take on some of those lessons and apply them equally to our longer-term plans in immigration, which of course are captured by our three-year levels plan.