Thank you very much, Mr. Chair.
Ms. Martin-Laforge, Mr. Chambers, Ms. Hunting, good afternoon.
It's always a pleasure to have you here.
Ms. Hunting, I think it's the first time I've seen you here.
It's always a charm to receive all of you from your communities. I can never tell you often enough how your association or your group, or other people you're representing, represent a pure, perfect mirror of where I'm from and all the battles we have in Acadie.
I will be very technical.
I'll jump into part VII of the act. We're now taking important notes and we want you to participate in the modification of this act.
Under part VII, in order of importance, what would your positive measures be? What would be your dream here, measured as a, b or c, or 1, 2, 3 or 4 in terms of importance?