Madam Minister, one of the concerns I have with some of the studies in other jurisdictions is that no jurisdiction is the same. In addition to that, in many jurisdictions, mandatory breath testing or random breath testing, whatever you want to call it, was instituted as one of the first measures taken to crack down on impaired driving. In Canada we have had selective breath testing and we have seen a significant reduction in the number of people who are driving impaired and deaths as a result of impaired driving, although the carnage is still too high, and everyone agrees on that point.
I'm not aware of any study that actually directly assessed the impact of mandatory breath testing with selective breath testing. Are you aware of any studies?