Thank you very much.
It seems to be an era where we have censorship, and different opinions on YouTube and things like that. I'm hearing from all different sides. As I said earlier on, I really appreciate that you, with your record and your institutional knowledge, are standing up for Canadians' civil liberties.
One thing I've had brought to my attention is a concern about precedent, particularly with regard to interprovincial passes. Mr. Barrett brought up PEI Pass in this regard. It was brought to my attention that Canadians apparently have the right to travel within our own country, but there seems to be a movement in some provinces toward some restrictions on that.
Do you have any red flags or concerns about freedom of movement within our country domestically, as opposed to internationally? I know that internationally we don't have control over what other countries do, but we do have control internally—interprovincially.