Thank you, dear colleague. Congratulations again for all the leadership you're showing to support the anglophone community in Quebec. It is very important.
Regarding education in general, first of all, we've stabilized funding that will be sent to provinces and territories. That was really important to us. We've also heard about the importance of supporting infrastructure projects in education, and therefore there will be more money in that sector. In the official languages plan, there is more money for infrastructure in education—more than $10 million.
Also, we've heard all around the country about the importance of supporting first- and second-language learning in French, and about the need for more teachers. We'll be working on that, as well. That was a demand coming from the different ministers in charge of official languages across the country, in all the provinces and territories. Following that demand, we decided to support it.
Finally, one of the things we announced a month ago was more money to organizations that will be supporting cultural activities in English and in French in minority settings all across the country. For the Quebec anglophone community, this program will be managed by ELAN, the English-language association in Quebec.