Thank you very much.
It's truly a privilege, as a member of the Ontario Bar, to be in the same room as such esteemed justices.
That being said, we've certainly seen in the United States—and we've also seen in the SNC-Lavalin affair—the inappropriateness of having too much influence or influence over the judiciary. However, on the counterpoint, we've also seen, as my colleague pointed out, some troubling comments by the judiciary. You've also talked about training going forward.
Can the Canadian public feel confident that justices across this country will not make the same types of comments, such as talking about the sexual history or even talking about how women could have possibly avoided sexual assault, saying such terrible things as they could have manoeuvred their pelvis differently?