The question I want to ask is this. The bill deals with the results of the bites; however, it is caused by ticks. It's not only a Canadian problem; there is a huge problem in Europe. In the past 30 years they have noticed an extreme expansion of the tick population; therefore they are working—I don't know whether you are aware of the studies that are being done there—on finding out the reasons for the growing population, because eventually it should be stopped there, before we are affected.
Of course, your bill does not address that part of the problem, but this is a huge problem, and it should be addressed first. The work is being done internationally. Do you have any suggestions on how to approach it?