Thank you very much. I sincerely appreciate your advice and information.
To address Ms. Vecchio's issue regarding the cost, I understand that the cost of an actual transcript is in the range of seven cents a word. I think the likely solution is that at the provincial level, the folks making the decision on the mode of making accessible these decisions will likely get with the times and use an electronic version, I would hope. I think that would be preferred.
I would suggest it would be appropriate for this committee, if this amendment is adopted, to write to our provincial counterparts, or different bodies that we identify—it doesn't have to take place in this meeting—and recommend strongly that they make these available online so anyone with an Internet connection can access the decisions that currently might be recorded but not reported.
I think we'd be on safe ground to make that recommendation, as long as we're not trying to do it through the criminal law power and usurp provincial jurisdiction.
With that, I think I'm pleased to move to a vote, unless there's further discussion on the amendment.