I'm not sure if Kathy's sound is in the clear, so I'll take this one.
Overall, we're facing a situation where we have extremely spotty data about elder abuse in general. The research is still scarce. We have big gaps in terms of, for instance, interventions. What interventions work and what interventions don't work? There's also criminal justice. What is the actual impact of it on elder abuse occurrence and on the victims?
I could go on. We recently compiled a whole list while working on our strategy. It would help tremendously in shaping the way we think of elder abuse, the way we plan to address it, and the policies and practices we could disseminate further across the country if we had a fuller picture. I know that this was something, as we mentioned in the blog post statement, that was a priority for the Minister of Seniors. We were really hoping to see a more specific mention of elder abuse.
As Marta Hajek was mentioning earlier in her speech, elder abuse, whether we're talking about direct services or any approach, quite often is folded in with other services and folded in with approaches of other issues. It gets a little forgotten in the mix. We were really hoping for much more pointed mentions of it.
To be fair, though, we were still very happy to see—