Well, it didn't. It went up. Between 2010-11 and 2012-13 it went up, and your prediction is that it will continue to go up.
I'm not getting a straight answer.
On the incident reporting, the Civil Aviation Daily Occurrence Reporting System has shown a steady increase in the number of incidents between 2003-04, when SMS was implemented, and 2013, from about 8,000 to about 17,000 incidents.
The number of Transport Canada inspector referrals has gone down from 15% of those to about 5% of those. The amount of enforcement has gone down significantly. There is very little, if any, enforcement of Transport Canada regulations. Following the Ornge helicopter crash, for example, the only enforcement being done is by the Ministry of Labour. There is no enforcement being done by Transport Canada of Transport Canada's own regulations. Of the portions of the act that require that Ornge helicopters run safe aircraft, Transport Canada could be prosecuting, could be enforcing its own regulations. It is not. It has been left to Labour Canada to do that.
I want to know why Transport Canada is not bothering to enforce its own regulations.