For Monsieur Gratton, I have a question. You were talking about how there is a provision in the criminal court where you can't necessarily force indigent individuals to pay the surcharge.
You said a lot of people are unaware of it and they're not exactly sure how to take advantage of that provision. I assume it would fall to duty counsel to inform individuals. Is that not generally the person who guides individuals who perhaps cannot afford a lawyer? Would they not be their first line of defence, to inform individuals of their rights?