I would like to discuss paragraph 4.4 of the same chapter, regarding health-related problems. You have consulted a number of documents, so you must also know that one of the problems identified has to do with undernourishment and poorly developed children. That also comes up later, when you talk about the coordination of health services among jurisdictions. In terms of coordination among jurisdictions, do you also make sure that people in remote regions are receiving enough food?
I don't know whether you have looked at Health Canada's document according to which the rate of food insecurity is about 36% in Nunavut.
Does coordination among jurisdictions also apply to ensuring that people have enough food, so that their health is not jeopardised?