Thank you. I caught your words in your opening comments about the laudable goal, sir, as well.
That kind of leads me to my next question. Elaine Craig, an associate professor at Dalhousie University, wrote a book entitled Putting Trials on Trial. She stated that judges can, through their demeanour, make the trial process more humane for sexual assault claimants, whom I just referred to, without threatening the constitutional rights of the accused.
She outlines specific cases, as you did, Madam Kent, in regard to how these can be handled differently by judges in the training you have and that sort of thing. Is it possible to create that culture within the courtroom without having to do the legislation?