When you go to the polling station, how do you correct that? First of all, you may have your hydro bill or your lease or your cheque from someplace that says this address, but your information card is different. How do you square that? Now you have two documents that don't match.
For example, when I just voted in the Ontario election I had to show proof of who I was two times. It seems to me that what we're certain about—or I am, anyway, maybe nobody else is—is, how do we know? Now we have a million people who have changed their addresses, and we're talking about 170,000 people who maybe didn't have the right to vote last time because they couldn't get the right information. Yet we know all that information is actually available if you should desire to go get it so you can have the privilege to vote in this country. I'm just trying to square the hole here.