Yes. It started in 2006, when our Conservative government launched a review of the Railway Safety Act. This review was led by an independent panel of experts who commissioned research and held extensive public consultations across the country.
At the same time, this committee launched its own review of rail safety. The review involved consultations with all interested parties, including railway companies, associations, labour organizations, municipalities, members of the public, and other levels of government.
When combined, the two reviews made 70 recommendations, as we said before. Our government has already addressed and implemented many of them.
Did you say 47 of them, Luc?