I was just picking up on a submission made by a previous witness here that maybe it's a presumption. The issue was raised about whether it's shifting the onus. I think it merits consideration so that there's room to look at each individual circumstance because we're talking about criminal legislation and penalizing in the circumstances. There may be circumstances where one is satisfied that it is not an exploitative situation.
One of the things that is really going to be important here is that all kinds of other committees and other work going on by the government and the justice committee and access to justice and justice inefficiencies are talking about looking at cases in the front end. These new sections really put the pressure on the police and the crown in the front end to make sure these cases are not just being swept into the system but are screened effectively. I think that's going to be very important that this message go out.