Thank you, Mr. Chair.
I come at this from a rural angle. I found that in the past two elections, the biggest benefits for people voting were that...and you'll find it increasingly so, especially with the onset of the oil and gas industry, way back when. I know it's in a downturn now, but it's still very important to a lot of rural areas. The idea, when I first started in 2004, was that to vote you'd do a special ballot. What was more beneficial was having the electoral office open, where you were able to vote for the duration of the writ period. There was a huge increase in participation, I think, or it certainly allowed a lot of people to participate.
The only problem with this was that there weren't as many offices where that was available. Is it possible that you could expand that number within one riding, and is it also possible that you could expand that service and keep it for campuses?