Great, thank you. That's very helpful. I see exactly what you're talking about there, and that will be helpful as we do clause-by-clause. That's why I said “refer to sections” beforehand, because we will be doing that in our next meetings.
Also, with regard to the advisory board, I've been involved with not-for-profits—I've helped set up boards—and conflict of interest is always a concern. Sometimes you write into the bylaws that you have to leave your business at the door, but even then, if you're representing your business on a board, you have to be very careful about conflict of interest and management of that.
On the composition of the “advisory body”, as it's being called in the legislation, how could you see us drawing from the skill sets that we need to draw from, particularly, let's say, on interprovincial relations with the federal government, but also as businesses?
We've had some lobbying organizations say, “Include me on the panel. I want to be on the panel.” How would we manage the conflicts?