Mr. Speaker, I would like to thank my colleague for his excellent question.
As we know, support for bilingualism is reaching record levels. Our young people are the most bilingual, as the studies show.
Using the $30 million announced, our government wants to help these groups, particularly young people, for example, by creating spaces where they can live their culture and speak their language. We also want to make exchanges possible across the country, for both anglophone and francophone youth. This is one thing our government plans on pursuing to continue promoting linguistic duality in our country.