I want to make sure I have time to ask you another question. Thank you, Ms. Thibaudeau.
I think we agree that the paradigm needs to change and that prevention efforts need to address the idea of coercive control.
My next question is for Ms. Monastesse, the Fédération des maisons d'hébergement pour femmes representative.
You mentioned in your opening statement that your organization had published a brief on Quebec's Bill 2, which concerns family law reform in relation to parent-child relationships. In the brief, you talk about intimate partner violence and the idea of coercive control. The Standing Committee on Justice and Human Rights of the federal Parliament actually examined the issue. My fellow member also raised it within the committee's study.
From a criminal justice standpoint, how would including that definition [Technical difficulty—Editor] potentially help to prevent femicides?