I understand what you mean by internally, but I just want to get on the record that there are limitations. There are limitations for a union chief who speaks openly about his concerns about safety at Air Canada.
I want to move on if I can. You rightly point out, Mr. Blandford, in your deck, that the Auditor General's report from 2012 found that Transport Canada was not sufficiently managing risks in civil aviation. You then go on to tell the Canadian public today that Transport Canada after 18 months still has no standards on pilot fatigue. You say that the United States and the European Union have already done so. Then you go on to say that Transport Canada's oversight of SMS does not meet international standards, and that the international standards require that the Government of Canada set acceptable levels of safety, and that Transport Canada and the Conservatives allow air operators to determine their own acceptable levels of safety. Then you say that internationally, operators must have specific safety performance indicators, target values. Transport Canada under the Conservatives does not have that, either. Then you say, internationally they're supposed to have audits and inspections at least once every 12 months. Transport Canada under the Conservatives assess once every 36 months.
We have a pretty big problem here with one of the three legs on the stool of SMS, don't we?