Can I follow up and, then, Mr. Cooper?
I want to come back to Mr. Bittle's question because I think it's a good one. Based on a lot of what you're saying, it sounds like this whole idea of protecting a certain category of building is probably not what you may have thought was the greatest idea in the first place, but it exists. There is a special protection, which creates a maximum sentence of 18 months instead of six months on a summary conviction, with respect to damage to this type of property. We're only dealing with mischief now. We're not dealing with other types of hate crime.
You talked about the original rationale that Parliament had many years ago. They believed that there would be a chilling effect on religion and that's why they chose to single out houses of worship. How is singling out houses of worship...? For example, as a Jew, I don't know how I would react any differently if it were an attack against a synagogue or a temple versus a Jewish community centre or a Jewish school. What is the rationale for excluding a Jewish community centre and a Jewish school, or a Mennonite community centre with a Mennonite school versus the church? I don't understand that.