I said this earlier, Mr. Trudel, but you weren't here. There's no such thing as a bad halfway house. However, certain types of halfway houses have certain structures that are much more appropriate for serious cases.
Why was he sent to a CRF? Maybe there wasn't enough room, because there aren't enough community correctional centres, or CCCs, which are halfway houses under federal jurisdiction. I repeat: there are no bad houses. However, we don't send inmates who have a serious record or who have been convicted of murder to a CRF.
This has always been done, but it's a monetary issue. It costs less to send an inmate to a CRF than to a CCC. The staff aren't paid the same at all. It's a budget issue and it always has been.