That is a very important question, and we have taken leadership on it.
In the context of our public consultations I sent a letter to all ministers who are in charge of official languages or francophonie, depending on the provinces and territories, to get their feedback. Particularly with Quebec, we wanted to make sure that we got the feedback of the Quebec government to know what they were doing and how much they were willing to study the question of supporting the English-speaking minority in the province.
Therefore, I sent a letter and had good discussions with Minister Fournier. We wanted him and the Government of Quebec to act on this important subject, the constitutional rights of the anglophone minority. He sent me a letter with some suggestions and recommendations, and we're studying all of that in the context of our plan. We know that it is extremely important for the Government of Canada to play not only a leadership role but also to have the state of English minority rights organizations in Quebec at heart and to make sure that that community is well served according to their rights that are enshrined in our Constitution.
Mr. Arseneault, I'm all yours.