There's no mention of having an MRI scan _before_ a biopsy. They're quite good (if it's a 3-Tesla MRI) at finding "regions of concern" (I don't know the technical term, sorry). They've been shown, a decade ago, to be useful diagnostic tools _before_ a biopsy is done.
There's no mention of MRI-guided biopsies, or "in-bore" biopsies. They've been shown to be superior to the TRUS biopsies which are still Canadian "standard of care".
I think it's time that Canadian practice reached the standard of _good_ practice, south of the border.
PS -- I don't like background music. The older I get, the more distracting I find it. Just let the voice speak.