The other one you've probably heard, as we've raised it a number of times in question period and elsewhere. It's about ministerial travel and government announcements. Our concern is that we think that gives the governing party a bit of an advantage, because there's a new restriction in the pre-writ period on what political parties can do, but when ministerial travel and government advertising are able to be done, of course the governing party could benefit from that. We feel there's a concern that this pre-writ period is longer than the period when the government is saying they would restrict advertising. Of course, on ministerial travel there's no restriction.
If we wanted to try to look at an amendment on that, would you see...? I think there are a couple of ways it could be done. Obviously, you could try to harmonize that. It wouldn't be the elections law, I know, but it could be done within the context of this legislation, I would think, or it could be done in such a way that those could become election expenses.
I'm wondering what your thoughts are on that. Is that something that's feasible and possible? If so, would you have any advice on how we might do that, if we were seeking to do it?