In short, yes. One of our key recommendations is to actually create a nationally run centralized race-based data collection system that records and analyzes race-based data within policing. Last month, in partnership with Stats Canada, we launched a national working group moving toward that. It will require support and it will require investment, but absolutely, Mr. Morrison, that's the future.
One of the challenges we're facing, even to Mr. Harris's point, is that we don't have a full understanding of the actual magnitude of the challenges and we can't actually analyze all the data. The CACP would recommend to this committee that moving toward a national centralized data bank that captures race-based data collection within policing would be a key recommendation and something that should be implemented in Canada.