Understandable, but the record of that person is very clear when you're an inmate, whether provincially or federally, and I think it would be very helpful to know how many prisoners are in our correctional systems who maybe at one time served our country. If it's an inordinate number, maybe there's a problem there that we can nip in the bud, as you had mentioned this one particular gentlemen, in that case. I just make that recommendation.
But I do have the one thing for you. I know I shouldn't ask about Bill C-55, so I won't. But on the aspect of military personnel who leave the service and then join the public service, as you know, right now the RCMP won a court case that allowed them to take their vacation entitlements over. So if you have 16 years in with the military and you leave because of a medical problem and they give you a public service job in another area, you start at the very bottom when it comes to vacation entitlements. And a lot of service personnel really get, if I may say, pissed off at that.
The RCMP now have that, because they had to go to court to get that. Have you had that request to look into it from any veteran? Because an awful lot of them require that additional time off, because if they are suffering from PTSD, they'll need that additional time off in their new employment just to get everything back in order. An awful lot of them go back to the bottom of the vacation time and are having great difficulties in dealing with that.