We've increased our resources for outreach. We now have five more people than we had, just to deal with education on crossing and trespassing. The government added some money with Operation Lifesaver as well, which focuses on crossing and trespassing prevention. They do about 2,000 presentations a year and have over 500 volunteers. That has an impact. We have more people on the ground as well. We got more money for the crossing improvement program. So obviously it really pays.
Just to give you statistics, for the crossings that were upgraded using the grade crossing improvement program, fatalities have decreased by 81%, so it's really paying.
We also commissioned a study on trespassing fatalities. The Université du Québec à Montréal looked at over 800 coroners' reports in the past 10 years. They've been able to determine that 48% of all trespassing fatalities were actually suicides. It's unfortunate that these things are happening, but about one out of two was actually a suicide. The same thing occurs in the States. These are probably a bit harder to prevent, but by relying on education, I think we've done a better job.