Thank you, Chair.
Thank you, Minister, and everybody, for coming before us today.
Minister, I was reading in the paper today that a certain Ms. M, whose testimony had proved vital to the expulsion of a senator from our Senate, felt that she could not access the Ottawa police because she feared for her identity being made public, and didn't feel safe to enter into that system.
We've really undertaken an in-depth study as to access to justice. I personally have found that women tend to not have as much access as others. For example, women tend to need family court a lot more than males do.
We heard testimony with respect to unified family courts. I'm wondering if you can expand on what our government is doing with respect to investing in this type of process to assist with more equality in access to justice for women.