Thank you very much, Madam Chair. I'm hoping to share my time with my colleague Mr. Jeneroux.
I will perhaps piggyback on that last question from my colleague across the way. First, though, thank you so much for joining us today. I certainly appreciated not only your testimony but the testimony we heard from the previous panel and all the recommendations. I'm sure we're going to take the time to look through them very carefully.
I also appreciate that identifying and understanding the challenges facing an industry can, if the participants are willing, lead to turning them into opportunities and finding solutions. I think that's what we're trying to do.
Given the uncertainty that was highlighted through your testimony and the lack of predictability that results from the current salary model you were talking about, and also given the number of associations and stakeholders within your industry, my question is twofold.
Does it really require the government to take a lead role in the conversation towards a different salary model? What role would the unions play in that conversation?