Thank you, Mr. Chair.
I want to welcome the witnesses and thank them for these excellent answers.
Of course when you are the last person to ask questions, all of the relevant ones have already been raised. I don't want to be a parrot, but I did like what I heard. I'm especially looking forward to the figures you are going to give us to follow up on the questions put by our colleague Mr. Choquette. That will be interesting.
What struck me in your comments is that immediately after an election, the demand for language classes tends to increase and then over the years, if I understood correctly, there is a drop. I don't know what explains that; perhaps it is that the workload of those who are taking the classes gets heavier. What explains that phenomenon in your opinion?