First, thank you to all of our presenters today for very informative presentations.
Thank you to those of you who served our country for your service, both in the military and in your service to your fellow veterans now.
There are a number of things that a veteran in transition into their civilian life obviously needs in order to be successful. Some of those things are what I'll call traditional supports: the programs and benefits that are available; doctors, like Lieutenant-Colonel Perron mentioned; and getting access to proper medical support. Having a family doctor is a huge part of that, and that's a big challenge right now—there's no question. I'm hopeful we'll get a chance to have questions on that.
I think peer support is another one of those things. A sense of purpose is something else. Often, when you're coming out of the armed forces, you're looking for that sense of purpose that replaces the one you know you felt in the armed forces. A career, of course, is important for most, if not all.
There's also, of course, a place to live. I want to start with this one and get to some of the others.
I want to ask Mr. Cathcart if he could speak to that in terms of those he works with in his program and consultancy. Have you heard of or seen veterans who are going homeless or are underhoused in the current situation?