Thank you, Mr. Chair. I'll direct my first question to Mr. Sewell.
You made reference to different types of routine police evidence. One of the issues with Bill C-75 is that routine police evidence is pretty broad, as it's defined. It includes everything from observations, to identifying or arresting an accused, to the gathering of physical evidence. That doesn't sound to me like routine police evidence. That sounds like it could be the entire case in terms of evidence.