Thank you very much, Mr. Chair.
I am going to try to share my time with my colleague Mr. Godin, if he is ready to take over.
First, I want to welcome our two groups of witnesses.
Mr. Vinette, as the virus got in by crossing the border, unfortunately, you were on the front line.
You said that you had reacted to the comments of the Commissioner of Official Languages. It must be said that he mentioned receiving many complaints about the Canada Border Services Agency. In the course of our studies, we have seen how important it is to be served in one's own language, especially in an emergency situation with the pandemic.
You began to explain how you were in the process of making improvements within the agency. You even mentioned September as a deadline.
Could you tell us what steps you are presently taking to respond to the recommendations from the Commissioner of Official Languages?