I think it's an important question.
We're looking at including measures to enhance the ability of remote appearances, recognizing—as you quite rightly point out—that the technology is not necessarily there in all jurisdictions. That's something that we continue to have conversations about with my counterparts in the provinces and territories.
With respect to remote appearances enabling and allowing the accused to appear remotely, that certainly doesn't take away from the ability to cross-examine an accused person. Permitting participants to proceed by way of remote appearances, as well as potentially judges in particular circumstances, none of these measures are intended to take away from the ability to cross-examine an accused in an appropriate manner. The intent behind these proposed changes is to assist in alleviating delays due to travel and the necessity to continue to delay if someone's not available and outside of the location.