We did have testimony that is contrary to what was just said. I think it's fair to say that Canadian laws can apply, but then the issue is, what is the remedy? The fact is that Canadian remedies cannot apply to U.S. officers. I think we should just stop beating around the bush here and be honest with ourselves and with the Canadian public. You can prattle on all you want about Canadian laws applying, the charter of rights applying, and how it's in the legislation that the charter applies, but there are no remedies. It's kind of hard to have a right without a remedy. I want to make that point clear.
Am I still in favour of the bill? Yes, because I think Canadians want pre-clearance, but let's not kid ourselves that you are going to apply a remedy against a U.S. official. It's not going to happen. It didn't happen in Iraq. It's not going to happen in Canada. I just want to make that point.
What I'm trying to do, though, is to at least require the CBSA to do its job, which I don't think offends.... I disagree with the official. It doesn't offend the legislation. The legislation contemplates if the CBSA official declines to do—