Thanks to all of you for your testimony today.
Let me begin by stating, Ms. Irving, that, like you, I sympathize with Constable Wynn's family on the pain and suffering they are enduring from the tragic events that have led us here. As an Albertan, I want to thank you for your seminal work in the Alberta bail review process. As somebody who does not come from the legal tradition, I found it informative. As you know, many of your recommendations are being implemented in Alberta.
I have three questions and six minutes, so if we can work together, that would be outstanding. Some of this will be just for the record.
First, in 2015 the government of the day cut funding to CPIC. What do we have to do from a government perspective, other than funding, to fix CPIC, understanding that there's a 14-month delay in getting that information up to date in English Canada and a 36-month delay in French Canada?