Mr. Cameron, moving on, whether it's mandatory or not, I do accept that human error will exist. I'm thinking of the circumstance where, for whatever reason, the criminal record is forgotten or chosen not to be put in front of the court. What happens when the criminal record isn't readily available? I come from a small community. Internet connections are sparse throughout large portions of rural Canada.
You mentioned earlier that there's a constitutional argument there. If, for whatever reason, a criminal record isn't brought forward, by mistake or otherwise, and it's not readily available, does the person simply go free?