I would argue that the reason you saw this positive evolution between the Plan d'action and the Feuille de route is because there was a very thorough professional evaluation done twice on the Plan d'action. It was mid-way, which apparently hasn't happened yet for the Feuille de route and which was supposed to be happening—none of the departments have completed their studies, unfortunately—and at the end of it. The lessons learned from that thorough professional assessment were applied. Also, previous incarnations of this committee took on the Heritage department in particular for multi-year funding. So kudos are to be given to the committee, and for the evaluation of the Plan d'action.
I'm a little concerned that we're not going to get the same kind of evolution on Feuille de route 2, if there is one, and there will be, because Minister Valcourt has already said there will be one.
This is it for the evaluation. I'm not sure every member here will read all of the briefs you've left us, and seven minutes of presentation is a far, far cry from a thorough professional evaluation. That has to be put on there.
I hope we will somehow concoct something on which we can progress as we go forward for our communities.
Having said that,
…I have a few questions.
I'm intrigued about the Community Health and Social Services Network's 2 and 4: African Canadian development on Montreal Island, and the Saint-Léonard Italian Canadian community. Am I to understand that these communities mostly tend towards being anglophones?