Thank you, Mr. Chair.
Welcome, Mr. Johnson and Mr. Dupuis. Thank you for having given us this document, it is very inspiring.
We often hear that money is the lifeblood of war. When I went to Vancouver, I was surprised to learn that only one francophone child out of five manages to go to French school. That means that a majority of these young people are forced to register in the English-language system, and we lose them for the French fact.
How can we obtain proper accountability and make sure that the money really goes where it is supposed to go, that is to linguistic minorities?