I'd like to thank the member for her question.
The level [Technical difficulty—Editor] of Quebec has grown over the past 10 years. Frankly, the mix has become more diverse, with more international students, Operation Syria refugees and, more recently, the Afghanistan initiative and a higher number of refugees through the humanitarian class.
This, coupled with the recent global pandemic, has forced not only the province of Quebec, but our colleagues in other provinces and our global partners to pivot to offer settlement services virtually and online. This has been done very quickly.
Given the future of the pandemic, we would expect there to be a very significant number of services that will continue in a virtual format for the coming years. In fact, the province has implemented a number of those programs online. Recently, the province of Quebec, as well as other provinces, has gone back to a hybrid approach of both in-person and virtual services.