Gemma Dunn, Director of Programs and Initiatives, ECVO: I think we all understand that Edmonton’s changed dramatically over the last 50 years. It’s grown significantly, we have diverse populations, we have huge complexity in our social services. I think if we’re really going to make a difference in our community then we have to work differently. We have to recognize that we have to some things differently. Collaboratives and partnerships are one of those things. It’s not the only way, but it’s one way. I think the way C5 came together was different. It’s not the only way, but it was different and what we’ll see is that it will outlast any kind of funding cycle, any kind of outcome measurement because they’re not in it for that. I think we’ll see that they’re there for the long haul, whereas other partnerships and collaboratives come and go. And I think this is definitely a model for other agencies that are looking to do things differently within their world.