I do have a response on that, because I think it raises an important point. The reason we now have sections like paragraph 487.011(b.1) is because we amend the Criminal Code constantly, and of course, we can't renumber everything. I want to tie together your last point with that, because I think there is a bigger issue here.
On the one hand, I have found everything I've heard from my fellow panellists today to be persuasive and I think, “Okay, yes. Why is this not in here as well?” But of course, normally when you have a bill and you're thinking, “Why isn't it doing this?” it's because the bill is aimed at doing something else. Most bills are not aimed at doing everything that could possibly be done, but this bill is actually so big that it's a perfectly understandable reaction on anybody's part to think, “You're already doing all of those unrelated things. Why don't you do this other thing, which would be a good thing as well?” This actually leads me to the bigger point: Why not just bite the bullet and undertake fundamental reform of the Criminal Code?