Excellent. Thank you very much, Madam Chair.
Thank you to our witnesses for being here.
As just a small coincidence, my sister is the only person I've ever met who has lived in Sioux Lookout, so she was formerly a neighbour.
Starting with Elections Canada, when we had Stats Canada witnesses here—and I'm just jogging my memory a little bit—one of the things they discussed was the different kinds of data they have. To some degree, they have fairly disaggregated data when it comes to general elections. When it comes to nominations, they indicated that there is no record kept of the gender of people who actually seek nominations.
Can you confirm that's the case, and is there any barrier preventing you from collecting that data today?