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Thanks very much, Mr. Chair.
My question is for Mr. Armstrong.
You've been very clear in the common-sense recommendations that come from the Canadian Dental Association. I don't think anyone would disagree with them, but I want to drill down a bit more on point three where you talk about government support for expanding health care benefits. Of course, in the United States, insurance companies eat up a lot of the health care dollars. In fact, it's twice as expensive in the U.S. and many people aren't covered. I know that the Canadian Dental Association has taken a position on national dental care, but doesn't it make more sense, rather than putting public funds into insurance companies to enhance their profits, to make sure that we're expanding public coverage of dental care and making sure in that way that it adds to your other three points about ensuring the country's dentists come through this pandemic and the economic crisis that's part of it?
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