Yes, I do. I think B.C. has already done that. In fact, the CDC in the U.S. introduced prescribing guidelines earlier this year, and I think B.C. has mandated their use.
There is some danger in that, because those guidelines don't deal with the people on hundreds of milligrams a day. Those people, when cut off suddenly, will go to the street and they'll die because they get something with fentanyl in it, for example.
As someone on the steering committee of the new Canadian prescribing guidelines for chronic pain, I think it's important that every provincial and territorial regulatory agency strongly encourages, if not actually mandates, that the guidelines to come out in early 2017 be followed.