This is a very important question for us. Indeed, we want interpreters to be comfortable when they work. We do not want them to leave, because that is not good for the other employees. We want to make sure our interpreters want to do the job. Also, we do not want to lose those who are with us right now, because it is imperative that Canadians receive this service in both official languages.
From the beginning, Mr. Aubé and his team have worked very hard to ensure the continuity of the service. As for the listening system, you can see that changes were made very regularly. As soon as a problem was perceived or reported, everything was done to ensure the quality of services.
You will notice that many of the problems affecting interpreters also arise in other departments and organizations. If we probe a little deeper to determine the exact nature of the problem, we realize that conditions in the House and in Parliament are quite good. We want to continue to improve them.
Mr. Aubé, would you like to add anything? There are many technical elements involved. You might be in a better position than I to talk about them.