Thank you for that question. It's an enormously important subject, and it's one that I know the chief of the defence staff, the deputy minister, and the minister are all taking extremely seriously.
I've had multiple meetings already with the Operation Honour team, and asked what they want my role to be. Certainly, it's a leadership role, and a policy role in ensuring the right policies are in place to keep women safe; that the right lines of communication are there to report violence and inappropriate behaviour; that we talk constantly to the men and women of the defence team, of the entire department, about what's appropriate and what's inappropriate. It becomes a very slow but steady culture change, in terms of expectation.
The chief of the defence staff has been quite adamant in saying that this had to stop. He's put in an enormous effort with the OP honour team into ensuring that it does. You can't order something like that, though; you have to work with who is there. It's about leadership, ensuring that people have a safe environment, and working with the men and women in the forces to educate about what they absolutely should be saying no to in reporting, and, on the other side, of what is absolutely inappropriate behaviour.