It's great to be in the last round, because a lot of ground has already been covered. It is such a challenge for the work that we need to do, because on the one hand, we totally want to make sure that we have an environment and a climate where businesses are able to do business and to do it with ease and be competitive, and to be competitive internationally. At the same time, we need to make sure that this piece of legislation that was created in the first instance is actually intended to do what it needs to do: to get rid of the bad players and protect people. We haven't heard a whole lot from groups or individuals.
I'll give you an example. My riding is perfect. I have a proliferation of amazing businesses ranging in scale from small and medium-sized, or SMEs, to multinationals, and I have a whole range of people who are seniors, who are regular people. They cover the gamut of diversity, so you're not necessarily looking at people whose first language is English. I'm looking for practical solutions that don't throw the baby out with the bathwater but can help achieve that balance, as almost every single one of you said. I'm just going to go to a couple of them.
Mr. McLinton, on the point, if simplified, could there be technological tools that will then help people comply with greater ease? You said it costs $40,000 for your little organization. Have your clients or your members told you that this is what we could do to comply?