Thank you, Mr. Chair.
Good day, Mr. Bourdon. I thank you for being here.
I would like to talk about railway crossing regulations. Mr. Coderre talked about it briefly earlier. You said there would be new regulation. I am wondering if the provisions of the bill on this matter are sufficient. The minister said that there were accidents, that young people crossed fences, etc. Should we not focus on the most dangerous crossings, where there are accidents, where there are more young people and no surveillance? In the cities, should we not build tunnels or trenches to make sure that things are as safe as possible?