Thank you very much for the question. I know that it is a bit difficult, because terminology has evolved and there are definitely lexicon issues.
To give you a very brief history of the evolution, before 2005 Transport Canada conducted inspections and audits. There was a national safety audit program that brought together specialists from each of the silos to carry out a bit of an overview of the company systems. It was a precursor to what we do now. That was seen as a very valuable and useful type of inspection and has provided better information.
After our risk assessments and further work done in 2005, the system was changed to implement what is our primary tool for scheduled and planned inspections, which is program validation inspections. Those are the cyclical major inspections where, again, a team goes in with a team leader and looks at a number of areas of the company. Because companies are large, they still don't necessarily look at every part of the company on every visit, but they go in and look at the serious and most critical areas of that particular organization, based on a whole suite of risk information.
Those are the big inspections. They are cyclical and they're scheduled. They're planned fairly well in advance, because you need to make sure the...[Technical Difficulty—Editor]