As you indicated, Mr. Paul-Hus, our populations, particularly in Ontario with our indigenous communities, are defined very dramatically. As you know, in the greater Toronto area we have upwards of 12 million people in a dense amalgamated blur. Then you can very easily get to northern Ontario, where defined first nations communities are present.
Our experience in the more urban centres is that the indigenous communities are of course far less defined and therefore are far less able to be, in a coordinated manner, in touch with, but we do see.... For example, I know that in Peel region, 1% of the 1.5 million will identify as indigenous here in our community. That is still a fairly significant number in relation to the many other diverse racialized and immigrant populations.