Read it and understand it.
Moving on, one of the criticisms I have heard on numerous occasions from the commercial fishing industry references suspension and cancellation. It's under these sections. When fishermen are caught violating and doing something wrong, the imposed penalty and fine is getting out of step with the benefit of the infraction that they're doing. Am I making myself clear? That's especially as it relates to the lucrative lobster fishery and crab fishery.
I know there's money in the budget to hire more conservation and protection people, but you can't have enough. There must be enough of a deterrent through the court system when somebody is proven guilty and charged with an infraction to ensure that fishermen follow regulations.
Could you speak to that part of the legislation? I know it depends on the courts, but I'm hearing more and more from fishers that the fines, the suspensions imposed when fishers are found guilty of violating the Fisheries Act, are barely a slap on the wrist in some cases.