If I could just add, I think that the B.C. experience, for example, shows that a more effective law and a more effective deterrent.... Ultimately, we shouldn't be having any prosecutions for drunk driving, because nobody should be driving drunk. That will be the ultimate reduction in delays. What British Columbia has shown, with immediate roadside prohibition and the deterrent effects associated with that is that you should be able to see a reduction in charges proceeding.
We would hope to see less impaired driving, more use by provinces of their tools to more immediately deal with first-time impaired drivers, and fewer cases going to court. The two elements are streamlining and also a deterrent effect. We should be looking for fewer cases going to court because fewer people are driving impaired.