Absolutely. The course I talked about, called “Judging in Your First Five Years: Criminal Law”, was created in response—I won't say completely, but partially—to Bill C-337. It is now a mandatory course for newer appointed judges. That has changed as a result of the CJC policy and the program we offer.
The ever-growing suite of videocasts on sexual assault trials that I talked about is new and available to all judges, including provincially appointed judges because it's digitally transmitted.
It's fair to say that all of the courts we work with have done programs in sexual assault cases. Certainly we've seen that happen in the past three years. There is attention being given to the issues that have been raised as part of this discussion.