Thank you, Minister. It's great to have you here.
To be specific because our time is limited, the government launched the independent National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls in 2016. I thought at the time that this took a great deal of courage because we knew it would be a difficult file. It's not just collecting some data and releasing a report, but it's far deeper than that.
The commissioners have been examining the systemic causes behind the violence, the greater vulnerability to violence and why these higher levels occur. The report will be presented on June 3. In advance of the release of the report, what steps has the government been taking or will it take to combat gender-based violence, specifically against indigenous women?