I'll start with the last one. What we do know is that, from the labour force survey done by StatsCan at the last general election or after the last general election, 172,000 Canadians could not vote because of the voter identification requirements, including 50,000 who were turned away at the polls. That's the only hard data that we have on this matter that we can affirm.
Let's be clear. The use of the voter information card at the federal level has occurred in the by-election part of 2011, and in 2011 in specific circumstances. In those circumstances, I'm not aware of any complaints or incidents of alleged fraud using the voter information card.
It's also important to note that, of all the provinces in Canada, only seven require proof of address. It is still significant, seven jurisdictions: six provinces and one territory. All of the provinces allow the voter information card as proof of address along with another piece of ID. I'm not aware of any concerns at the provincial level in that regard.