I'm from the riding of Kingston. We're about an hour and 45 minutes from here. Mr. O'Toole referenced RMC, which is located in Kingston.
One of the things I've seen over the 40-plus years I've been living in the community is that as the community has grown, it really has grown around the base. As a result of that, we've been able to see our military personnel no longer living outside the city. They're right in the city now.
As a result of that, what we've seen is more personnel from within the military community become active in the civilian community. We're seeing military personnel who are coaches of soccer teams that their kids are on, and they're getting involved in other activities in the community. That has really created an environment that allows for a greater understanding of the military and it's familiarizing people with what military personnel actually do, rather than what they might only be exposed to on TV and in dramas they see there.
I would assume that it's going to be anecdotal at best, but I wonder if you could comment as to whether you've seen similar experiences in the U.K. in terms of where the military personnel are geographically located.