I think many Canadians think that, at the moment, we have the ability in the Government of Canada to order recalls. They're not aware of the fact that the law at the moment only orders a notice of defect to be put out by the manufacturer, but we don't have those. That's in part because the manufacturers very often follow through, and they proceed with the recall and repair, which speaks well for them.
As my colleague Kim Benjamin said, there were a few instances where there was a difference of opinion. From our point of view, from our expertise at Transport Canada, our inspections and what have you, and feedback from the public, we felt that in these three cases we weren't hearing from the manufacturer to say that there's a defect. In fact, they disagreed with us. That's one of the situations where the power of the minister can be invoked. We hope it won't happen very often, but there can be instances. There are so many models out there, and there's so much technology, that it's important for us to have that capability if we feel strongly that the defect needs to be addressed.