Thank you, Mr. Chair.
I want to thank both witnesses. Charity Intelligence, I've gone through your website. I think you do good work, and it's impressive that you do it on such a small budget and with so few people.
I want to ask a policy question, if I may. I imagine that you've been very interested in the Senate report, which was referenced by the Kielburgers in their testimony. The Senate report on catalyzing action, or something like that—the road map for charities in Canada—came out from a Senate subcommittee last summer. The Kielburgers mentioned that they regretted that hadn't been acted upon, because it would have given more scope to charities to use social enterprise and have that understood by policy-makers as an appropriate way to assist the good work that charities do. I wonder if you have any commentary at all on the Senate report and the nature of policy around charities in Canada.
I'll ask you, Kate.