Thank you for that question, Ms. Fortier.
In terms of monitoring the dark web, we are monitoring the dark web for any suspicious traffic to ensure that your information is not being traded online. Canadians can be assured that we're looking out for those 19,000 to ensure that their credit card information, their birth date, SIN, are not being traded online so we can alert them to that fact.
The second part of your question, in terms of consumers generally getting educated about Equifax, we look forward to working with you and your constituents in your riding, be it through seminars or Equifax 101. We'd be happy to do this with any constituent riding and any MP. There are simple tips like just checking your credit file. You can do it for free in Canada. You can check your credit file every day if you want to. You can visit Toni's consumer relations and ask questions about your credit file and your credit information, and visit our website at Equifax.ca to get some of that background information. We like to do those Equifax 101 tours, as we call them, with regulators, consumers, consumer advocacy groups across the country so they're informed, so consumers have that information at their fingertips and can make better decisions when they're looking to apply for credit.
Toni works with consumers and she fields those calls pre-breach and post-incident so she can give you a flavour in terms of what consumers are asking for.