Well, it seems to me that the federal government is legislating in this area, in part because of its power over criminal law. I realize that with respect to criminal procedure, there are differences in the different provinces, but with respect to criminal law, for the most part, it is uniform.
I think there is some value in uniformity on the basic prohibitions, in part because people do move around Canada quite a bit, and it seems to me it would be quite onerous for someone who grows up in one province where they're allowed, say, eight plants, who then takes a job somewhere where they're only allowed four plants, and to grow five plants risks 14 years of imprisonment, yet they don't know. I think that on the basic prohibition there should be uniformity.
With respect to procedures for allowing consent to be given or to be dispensed with, for example, I think that could well be a provincial issue, because it is already. That issue comes up with respect to other aspects of landlord and tenant law.