Thank you for your question.
Francophone immigration outside Quebec is very important to the department, as you mentioned. I would like to make three points regarding our strategy to increase the number of francophone immigrants in Canada.
First, there's recruiting.
Destination Canada is our marquee event that we use in Europe and the Maghreb. I want to continue to invest in Destination Canada.
The second is continuing to invest in appropriate francophone settlement services for people once they arrive, recognizing how important that is.
The third, I'd underline, is being able to use tools well, like express entry, to make sure we are able to take good quality francophone applicants outside of Quebec and to make sure they've got a good pathway into Canada.
Maybe a fourth—I know I said three—would be to continue to work with provinces, particularly the provinces of New Brunswick and Nova Scotia, as well as Ontario, Manitoba and the Northwest Territories. Both New Brunswick and Nova Scotia have really augmented their efforts to attract francophone immigrants to their province and to work closely with them.