Certainly the Public Prosecution Service would have more, but if you look at the top 10 offences as reported by the Canadian Centre for Justice Statistics, you see that impaired driving will be number one or number two. Offences, broadly speaking, against the administration of justice will be probably three out of the top five in all jurisdictions. We will be happy to provide you with further information about simple cannabis possession, but if you look at volume impaired driving, as I say, you see it's number one or number two; and easily three of the top five would be offences against the administration of justice. If you look at the elements that are driving delay, you see there are a variety of those contributing factors. The Public Prosecution Service could, at least, I'm sure, provide you further information on their prosecution efforts. You'd have to ask the RCMP and other police in respect to police resources.
On May 11th, 2017. See this statement in context.