Thank you, Mr. Chair, and thanks very much for being here, Commissioner and Ms. Bernier. It's great to have you back again. Certainly, I don't think the issue gets any easier, that's for sure. I think it becomes much more difficult as we venture further into the electronic age every year.
I was interested in the public education portion you were talking about, and I just want to ask a couple of questions about it. I think you had indicated that from grades 7 to 12 you were already involved with education, and that this year you were moving it to grades 4 to 6. Also, this year you were introducing more information for small business.
Can you tell me how you disseminate that information? You talked about curriculum, but is that something that is written into the provincial curriculums in all of the provinces? I realize that it's up to the provinces to decide what goes into the curriculum, at least in Ontario, and I'm assuming it is in the other provinces. I know, not from this issue but from other issues, that it's very difficult to get something added to the curriculum.
Is it in all provinces, or do you know that?