As I noted, consultations have been going on for a while. Even back under the Accessible Canada Act, a lot of the barriers that were noted were in relation to provincial and territorial sectors as opposed to the federal side.
We've been involved with a number of meetings, and our clients have as well. The consultations will continue as it goes forward, as will the conversations with provinces and territories. Realistically, until those conversations are done and we know the impact they will have on the programs and services they have to take a look at, it will be difficult to come to any finalization of the amount or anything else, and then we will still be trying to get back to the clawback.
For me, though, if I wanted some guarantee that this was going to go through, I would ask that the leader of each of the parties, including the Prime Minister, stand up to say, “Let's get this done. It doesn't matter what the cost is.” Each party should give support to the government to get this done. We haven't seen that. We've seen that there's support for the bill. However, if we saw the political parties, including the Prime Minister, standing up and saying they would get this done, I think that would give everybody assurances.
If I had to offer a challenge to make sure things would happen, I would have the leaders of the parties stand in the House and say that they're going to make this happen, no matter what the cost.