Certainly. Again, I think the third witness, who is coming up after the two of us, has visited these zones before and will present to you a lot of eyewitness testimony of his own.
I think a very authoritative source—and a very recent source—would be the most recent report of the ILO Better Work Jordan. I drew these examples from this report. There are workers working extremely long hours, who are not necessarily compensated for those hours of work, who live in dormitory conditions that are primitive at best, who are physically or verbally threatened by employers. You have a number—40%, according to the ILO—of people who are in such debt that they cannot freely leave employment, and there was the case of people being subject to retaliation for undertaking concerted trade union activity. The ILO notes, I think, that with its revised methodology on freedom of association, it expects to find more violations in the future, not fewer.
I think these are all very clear inconsistencies with what Canada is requiring Jordan to undertake under the labour cooperation agreement. So I would strongly encourage you to take a look at the Better Work—