As part of the public consultations, we're currently holding—and we want to continue—discussions with a number of organizations. There are representatives here from organizations, including the Fédération nationale des conseils scolaires francophones, or FNCSF; the Fédération des communautés francophones et acadienne du Canada, or FCFA; and the Commission nationale des parents francophones, or CNPF.
Ultimately, we want to make sure that the provinces put money on the table and that the rights of minority language communities are respected. We also want more resources allocated to families, children and the school system. We'll continue our discussions. We're ready to study these definitions or find solutions. That's one of the reasons why my department is currently holding discussions with the organizations.
Time is of the essence.
Obviously, as part of our plan, we must also sign bilateral agreements. These agreements should be implemented by April 2018. Therefore, we must hold these discussions and reach agreements as quickly as possible.