I think there's a principle that this law should not be there. What is the rationale or the justification for maintaining the bawdy house law in its current form?
It's not being used, so it's sitting there. When I listen to Professor Coughlan, I hear this idea that when you have laws that are in the Criminal Code, that's what they should actually mean. When you read the Criminal Code, that should be instructive to you as to what the law is.