Thank you for the question.
Concerning employment, a consultation on pay equity is underway. Of course, that will help women. One of the priorities included in Minister Hajdu's mandate letter is the development of a pay equity regime—in this case, proactive—that would apply to federally regulated workplaces. That is one of our priorities. Moreover, we announced policies in the latest budget to make workplaces more flexible.
It was announced that there will be a package of reforms to assist in making the workplace more flexible. This generally favours women in the workplace, who tend to enter and exit. It includes a right to request flexible work, and it includes leaves, for example, for family care. Those would be two additional measures—plus an extension on maternity leave—that would be protected in the Canada Labour Code.
Thank you very much.