Thank you, Madam Chair.
Ms. Travis, with regard to Anbang, it really brings to light the real results of this. People often think of foreign investment in Canada as something that's basically product-driven, or it's the oil sands, or manufacturing, where they might see some product at the end of the day. However, here, our product is our own citizens and our people, who, at the end of the day, needed help and British Columbia had to step in.
Maybe you can highlight a little bit the work that's been going on there, because this is not an unknown factor, the problem that came about. There were a series of warning signs along the way.
Lastly, what are your thoughts with regard to divestment of some of these facilities? It seems odd that we'd have the Chinese government owning and controlling, at the end of the day, the future of our seniors, and the facilities that it operates, and it can't even do that within the law.