I will admit that I'm less worried about a trend. In fact, I'm not worried at all.
First and foremost, the principle of judicial independence is well entrenched in our Canadian legal system. In this particular bill, we have tried to respect that very principle of judicial independence, as Ms. Ambrose did in her original private member's bill. I think we have succeeded.
Secondly, we also have to remember the context in which this private member's bill came out. There were a couple of very high-profile cases, both at the provincial court level, in which things were said in the course of the trial that demonstrated that more training was needed.
This is a particular response to a particularly delicate challenge, and a particularly significant challenge in terms of equality, in terms of treating the victims of sexual assault fairly and sensitively. I'm not worried about that as an across-the-board problem.