Thank you for the question and the work that you and all members do to reduce the overrepresentation of indigenous peoples in the criminal justice system.
As I noted earlier, this is a prime objective of the reforms we're proposing with respect to bail and administration of justice offences. For one thing, these offences have a greater impact on indigenous Canadians and other marginalized Canadians, and we're also looking at making reforms that will ensure that law enforcement officers and the courts have regard for the individual circumstances of the individual before them.
There are a number of other measures that our government is moving on and proposing around transforming the justice system with respect to restorative justice and other measures that seek to rehabilitate and to address prevention. These will assist in addressing the overrepresentation of indigenous peoples in the justice system.
Do we have more work to do? We absolutely do, and we need to ensure that we're taking a whole-of-government approach that looks at health, housing, education, and the ongoing reality of the colonial legacy.