Thank you very much, Mr. Chair.
I probably won't be using all of my seven minutes. I'll share it with Mr. Leef.
Thank you very much, Ms. James, for being here. I also want to congratulate you on bringing this private member's bill forward and bringing it to this stage.
I think the majority of Canadians would be very disturbed to hear that a small number of inmates can use this loophole to take advantage of what I think is a very generous process for them to make complaints.
I have a specific question regarding part of your bill. Proposed subsection 91.1(6) says:
The institutional head shall ensure that a plan is developed to assist any offender who has been designated as a vexatious complainant to break the cycle of complaints and first-level grievances.
We've done several studies, so we know about the correctional plan. We understand what a plan is. It's usually quite a large, extensive document.
You refer in your bill to a “plan”, and I was wondering if you could tell us your interpretation of that. I'm concerned about possibly creating more work for our correctional officers and any of the staff that would be involved.
Would you mind telling us your interpretation of that section, please?