In February this year, there was an article released that mentioned an internal survey conducted by Status of Women Canada measuring the implementation of gender-based analysis plus. It found that fewer than half of the departments and agencies have a GBA+ plan in place—so, fewer than half—and that most departments would report that they lacked the internal mechanisms to apply a GBA+ strategy. That's pretty significant. With regard to a government that boasts about implementing GBA+ and making sure that all policy decisions go through this lens, to then find out that fewer than half of the departments are actually implementing a plan and that they lack the infrastructure to do so is alarming to me, and it should be to Canadians. There seems to be a discrepancy there and, I would say, a mistruth being propagated by the current government.
How would you respond to that?