It's hard to say, because I haven't worked in the office of the commissioner yet. However, I can tell you that the committee I belong to strongly encourages diversity. Given that we work on cases that include veterans' grievances, and that we want these cases to be reviewed independently, we have joint teams of veterans, public servants who have bachelor of law degrees, and people specialized in labour relations. This allows us to be truly sure that we have looked at the issue from all angles, and that no doors have been prematurely shut.
So, it would be the same thing in the office of the commissioner. I'm under the impression that we have legions of people with investigative experience, such as former police officers, for example. I also want to be sure that we will give them the tools, and that the teams will actually ask questions at the outset of the process, and not at the end of it. We do not want doors to be left open during investigations. This is why I also encourage teamwork.