I'm not aware if they, especially all five together, have been presented before to a federal parliamentary committee or provincial legislative committee. Controversy complements controversy, so perhaps—to calm the fears of many employers, and they are quite worried, about being able to manage the risk associated with the legalization of recreational cannabis—now is a good time to embrace these amendments, which of course won't only deal with cannabis but also with other drugs.
Canada, as you know, has some of the highest, if not the highest, use of cannabis in the world. It might be a good thesis to look into why, but that's not what we're here to do. In looking at the present condition, as well as the anticipated greater social acceptance and use and its overflow to the workplace, it's important to have a legislative framework. It won't solve all the problems, won't prevent all the accidents, and won't stop all the litigation, but it will do a lot to assist all three of those problems.