Thank you, Mr. Chair.
I thank all the witnesses for their testimony.
I’m going to address Mr. Vil, whom I want to congratulate for the work he is doing with “Pour 3 Points” and in Briser le code, which was directed by Nicolas Houde-Sauvé. I think there’s a lot of work being done in the community right now, at least in Quebec.
So I’m going to give you the opportunity to finish what you were saying, Mr. Vil. In fact, you’re talking about racism in a way that differs from what we’ve been hearing since the beginning of our proceedings. You’re talking about a multifactorial crisis for which we are all responsible, which I think is important.
In fact, a lot of it comes back to the fact that more training needs to be done with police officers, or at least better training.
In your opinion, how should the issue of racism be addressed in police training?