Thanks. I'll be very brief because I know the bells are going.
I just want to thank all of the witnesses for appearing today. This has been a very interesting round, and I appreciate the presentations that have been made.
Professor Coughlan, I really appreciate the thoughtful way you put forward your argument, and in a very sound way that made a lot of sense. What I'd like to ask you is, if there's going to be a possibility of having, every couple of years, these charter cleanup bills come forward, given the fact that sometimes court rulings impact on one part of a section, or elements within a section of the Criminal Code, I would imagine that it would be wise to have some sort of consultation to ensure that it actually reflects the court ruling.
You mentioned a law reform commission being necessary at the federal level to try to give some guidance, perhaps, to legislators when they're drafting that. How else could you see any sort of consultation with the legal community for that kind of bill that cleans up our code as we go?