Thank you very much.
I would first of all like to address my questions to you, Mr. Illerbrun. Thank you very much for being with us. Your experience as a police officer is always very helpful, as it is in the debate we're having here today.
I have questions in two areas.
The first area, Mr. Illerbrun, is to have you comment on the authorization to transport regulations that are contained in this bill. As you may be aware, there was a great variety in applications of this from province to province. Some provinces would allow you to have an authorization to transport for three years. Other provinces, such as Ontario, would require an ATT every time you decided to go to the range. I would like you to comment on how you see this requirement playing itself out in regard to whether it's going to change safety in the various provinces. You might want to include some of the indications that police officers weren't even aware when an ATT was given out for a certain transport of a firearm.
That's my first question. The second will be on the classification of firearms.