Probably the quick answer is exceptional circumstances and, hopefully, these are powers that would not be necessary. As I say, at Transport Canada, we want to make sure that the whole process of ensuring that cars are safe—and it actually goes from motorcycles to trucks.... If we are not being provided with information we feel is necessary in order to understand anything related to addressing a defect, then we are giving ourselves that power to do it. As I say, I think it would be in exceptional circumstances.
I am very confident that we will have very few situations in which that kind of ministerial power or inspector power will be invoked, because I think we will work well with the manufacturing sector. We're giving ourselves that flexibility should it be necessary.