I would take into your question that this bill does not provide law enforcement officers with additional tools. They are, however, lawfully able to pull drivers over on the roadside for the reasons we have discussed, and those reasons, whether they be questions about a driver's licence or questions around the impairment of an individual, have been upheld by the courts. I think that ensuring that we arm law enforcement officers with all the necessary tools and the necessary training and ensure that—and this is a different issue but a very important issue that we need to continue to address—we are looking at implicit bias and have training around that are things that I entirely support and, I know, that my colleagues in government support.
Ensuring that we monitor, however we can, and collect data, I think, is an important thing that we should do with respect to any new piece of legislation that comes into place. We'll continue to work with the provinces and the territories as we see the rollout of this important piece of legislation.
Jurisdictions need time to understand the impacts of part 2 of this legislation, and so the coming into force has been delayed.