Mr. Ruest and Ms. Mondou, thank you for being here today.
I listened carefully to what you said in your opening remarks and when you answered questions in the first two rounds of questions.
What struck me last June when Hockey Canada appeared before the committee was their lack of compassion. They were talking about rape as something that is commonplace, like it is elsewhere in society, and that really struck me.
In your testimony, what strikes me is the slowness to respond and the coincidences between the release of information, which was only done this year, and the actions that are starting to be taken when we've been made aware of certain things.
According to what you say, measures have been put in place since 2018. You say it's moving forward, but I'm struck by how slow the measures are.
Let's get back to societal aggression and trivialization. Can you tell me how many of these incidents were reported to Sport Canada in 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021, and even this year?
In their remarks last June, Hockey Canada officials were talking about two incidents per year.
Is that accurate?