Thank you very much, Mr. Chair, and thank you to our witnesses. This has been very helping in giving us greater insight into this bill and all the different issues. It's very much appreciated.
Mr. Cooper will take whatever time I have left over.
Could I start with you, Mr. Mayers? You raised one of the issues that we talked about last week, quite frankly, the evidentiary matters with respect to breath samples. I was pleased that you specifically mentioned proposed subsection 320.31(4), where it's more than two hours since the person ceased to operate the conveyance, and then the presupposition that there will be an additional five milligrams of alcohol in every 100 millilitres for every interval of 30 minutes in excess of two minutes. We heard testimony last week that this could be very problematic.
You said something interesting. You said that if somebody went to an expert to test this and it was a day or two later, they would refuse to do that. Doesn't that raise some concerns that the possibility even exists in the section? We're still trying to grapple with it. I'm still trying to grapple with it, to tell you the truth.