Thank you, Mr. Chairman.
I want to start by asking you about extraterritorial jurisdiction.
The actors that are involved in these types of crimes.... The world is a small place. One of the considerations or one of the possibilities in terms of prosecution is if a person is found to be in Canada after the commission of the offence, regardless of where the offence was committed.
My question relates to a situation in which you're in a tug-of-war with another jurisdiction. Is there any insight you can provide with respect to the exercise of prosecutorial discretion as to whether to prosecute or to extradite when you find yourself in that situation? Can you shed some light on that?