Thank you, Chair.
I'd like to start with Ms. Kiejko, please.
First of all, thank you for being here today. Also, thank you for your representation of Canada and for representing our country so proudly. I can only imagine what kind of pride you must have felt walking into an Olympic stadium representing your country.
I'd like to start off by asking you about this. Your father was also an Olympic pistol shooter. You mentioned in an interview once that while growing up, your father talked to you a lot about the sport of pistol shooting and stressed the importance of gun safety and responsible gun ownership.
Perhaps you could tell the committee a little bit about how old you were when you started shooting with your father, some of the lessons he taught you growing up around gun safety and how much of a family issue this was to you.