That is an excellent question.
In terms of Canada, the vast majority of the provinces and territories have legislated in similar ways. The first jurisdiction to legislate was the Northwest Territories in 2002. Across the country, in terms of gender identity and expression now being explicitly included, we have Alberta, British Columbia, Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia, Ontario, Prince Edward Island, and Quebec. Gender identity is explicitly included in Manitoba, the Northwest Territories, and Saskatchewan.
In terms of the data and the impact of legislating in this regard, I don't have those numbers off the top of my head, but would be very much willing to provide them and consult with my colleagues in the provinces and territories to see if they have collected data in this way.
I don't know if the deputy has any specifics he could address.