Yes. You have the TSO clinic in Quebec City, which is responsible for all of eastern Quebec. If someone in Rimouski has a one-hour meeting they take a four- or five-hour bus ride. They come to their one-hour meeting, and then they go back. Do we honestly believe that works? No.
That's why our project came about, saying let's try to pool everything. But if you're pooling everything, you're not just pooling psychological support and medical support. You need to get these people to become productive again. That is why we pulled together all the different elements we believe need to be pooled to be able to offer these services. The advantage is being a national organization speaking with the religious congregation. They used to manage our health care and education systems. They have these properties across the country, and they're willing to give them up for a buck. You people spend a good part of the day talking about a budget. No one ever wants to talk about money, but unfortunately, you need to talk about money. You need to create something that is going to be financially sustainable. There needs to be a beginning, an end, and a person being a productive person. That's why our project came about.