Thank you very much, Mr. Chair.
I want to thank the presenters for being here today and making your points as clearly as you have.
I just want to say that as a neighbour to Saskatchewan in the Brandon—Souris area just to the east of us here, I have probably as many people voting with their support for the Saskatchewan Roughriders as I have for the Blue Bombers.
You made the point, Mr. Boda, that we've looked at many large rural and remote areas. Coming from a rural riding, I want to say there are difficulties in some of those ridings in how people are able to vote. I'd like to get a comment from you from your perspective as a chief electoral officer in regard to how you see that changing under some of the new options that might be available today.
In bigger constituencies, is it easier to have people come out and vote, or is it still a determination of size and cost in relation to running elections?