Thank you, Minister.
I have another question. The Honourable Justice Michael MacDonald is asking for trust in this body to implement without the imposition of the language around mandatory. I think that's an important testimony that we take note of.
Justice MacDonald raises a concern that this bill starts a trend whereby there'd be more and more mandatory courses for judges. That's not a trend, I don't think, that I would like to see come to fruition. We know that there is a great deal of training for our judges. Do you think that's a legitimate concern? How do we keep that in check, in light of the paramount role that our judges play and the importance of judicial independence in our entire system, sending the message that this wouldn't begin a trend whereby new mandatory training take place for our judges on different issues?