I agree with the minister in his remark this evening that our greatest problem is one of education. Where education is at its lowest ebb we have some of the worst records of health, and that bears out what he said. Where there is ignorance* we have fear, and where we have knowledge a lot of that fear disappears. There cannot be healthy people when the people are filled with fear. I recognize some of the difficulties of the minister in the operation of his department when there are nine provinces in each of which there is a department of health, and then more or less over and above these is the federal department. Would the minister explain how he decides how far his services shall go within each province? How does he spread his services? Does he spread the services in each province according to its need or according to the requests that have come in from the provincial governments, or does he carry on a sort of over-all service available to the provinces if and when they want it?