At this point, we don't have enough data to say whether this is going to have any impact on what would be deemed as frivolous and vexatious grievances. We tend to think that at least with that core 25, this probably won't change anything. For the rest of the offender population, it will help to get far more expeditious decisions, which is really what we're trying to get at.
Going back to one of the earlier questions, it's like anything, even labour law. If you tinker with one little thing, you can create a whole bunch of problems. Rather than tinkering with one thing, we're trying to make sure we have all the pieces lined up. Your suggestion earlier, if we can compress the number of levels, that's a solution, but if you do that in isolation of the three or four other pieces we have, we could end up creating more processes with more time, energy, and money being spent.
We're trying to look for the right continuum for both, for what we call legitimate grievances and for those that fall into the frivolous and vexatious category.