Justice Kent, it's really nice to see you here again.
When we looked at the bill the last time, we had a fairly robust conversation about making sure that sexual assault also takes into account sexual expression and gender expression, indigenous peoples, disability and ethnicity. We came to the conclusion the best wording to use in the legislation was “social context”. I'm wondering if you can assure us that when you're looking at social context in your sexual assault training, those individuals who are most vulnerable are being included. I was heartened to hear you have reached out to the groups that I know had asked you to during our previous iteration. We want to have some confidence that “social context” does include that particular view.