The extradition is dependent on the other country making a request. That's the first issue. It's really not our decision until the other country makes a request to extradite.
Whether we extradite or we prosecute domestically is a question of essentially which jurisdiction has the best evidence, the most interest in the prosecution, and the greatest likelihood of a successful prosecution. Those factors would come into effect when an extradition request had been made and the individual was also present in Canada. We would have jurisdiction as a result of an extraterritorial provision similar to what is in this bill.
Those are the kinds of factors that are considered in the decision-making process.