It is important. We have a union that says no inspection has been done since 2004. It's critical that we get to the veracity of that particular number, whether it's an outlier in terms of information—maybe even an outright lie, for all that matter—or whether in fact that's true.
By the way, with respect to NPR, non-punitive reporting, I think we should be accurate about what happened with the Aeronautics Act amendments. There was a hoist motion in the House in a minority Parliament, which, according to House of Commons procedures, is tantamount to the defeat of a bill in that it hoists it from the order paper and doesn't allow it to be discussed for an indefinite period of time. Without voting it down, the bill was effectively defeated by the opposition.
For the purposes of understanding what NPR is, what are the differences between CAIRS, CADORS, and non-punitive reporting? For the benefit of the people who are looking in, why is NPR different? How is it different from the other two?