Thanks, Mr. Chair, and thanks to all of you for your testimony.
As members of this panel travelling the country and listening to witnesses, we've learned that there are not just different schools of thought but different schools of experience, and it's challenging to build a bridge between the solitudes. That's our challenge as policy-makers.
You know that there are two different definitions, one in the United Nations world and one in the Criminal Code here in Canada, the big difference being the fear for safety element in our Criminal Code definition here in Canada. I'm interested in knowing which definition you prefer, the more broad or the more narrow, and why. Based on the people you define as victims of human trafficking, what do we as government need to do to curb it or stop it, and how do we best help and support victims?
I have maybe a minute and a quarter for each group, so who wants to start from Peers Victoria?