They actually have facilities here to help you
[If someone from our region experiences sexual assault], try to listen to them. I think it’s very important to listen to the situation and not just judge it, you know, as it is. Listen to them. Be understanding. You know, we all don’t [...] speak the same way. So, you know, just try to listen to them. But if - if there is a language barrier, try to bring in [...] translators or something, just to make it a safe environment for that person. Try to make it as safe as it can be. [...] Give them support. Just - just giving them support, assurance, and telling them that they actually have the facilities here to help you [...] and not feel that you’re alone just because you’re in Canada and you're - you’re away from home [...] but that, actually, you know, we have great facilities that can actually help you. So, I guess, that’s what I would say. Yeah.