Thank you very much, Mr. Chair.
I would also like to acknowledge that we are on the unceded territory of the Algonquin peoples.
I want to congratulate all the witnesses for their testimony today.
I only have three minutes, so I will be very brief.
I will not have an opportunity to ask everyone a question, but Mr. Wright, Mr. Cowan and Senator White, thank you very much for your testimony.
Mr. Wright, you had mentioned the importance of having a critical race perspective. You gave us an example that when people are being arrested, you will see that Blacks.... If you don't use a critical race perspective, you'll come to the wrong conclusions.
I also appreciate what Mr. Cowan said, in terms of Inuit and further-afield indigenous people, that they won't feel that our federal policing service is a safe place for them to make a career.
Mr. Wright, do you find that African Nova Scotians consider the RCMP or local police services to be safe places?