I will ask a question in French. Maybe you'll need the translation.
Good afternoon, everyone. Thank you for being here.
I am not a regular on the committee, but the topic is really interesting.
Ms. Ferne, you talked about children a lot. We know that refugees experience things differently when they arrive in Canada, depending on whether they are adults or children. Two Syrian refugees have just settled in Boischatel, in my constituency. They speak neither English or French. So that is a problem.
Some of the children we are taking in have not been in school for a long time. What is the challenge of placing them in a school situation where they feel safe? They were not safe in their own country. Canada is a very safe country, but how do the children adapt? Is their experience different from that of the adults?