Okay. That's what I was thinking from what you were saying.
This is something that has come up. I have asked a lot of questions of a lot of people for a different studies, but it's one of these common threads that comes through.
We talk about the issue of universality of service in the Canadian Armed Forces. If there were an alteration in that policy and they said you could still serve a very useful role in the armed forces, but that there were certain things you couldn't do and that you couldn't technically meet the universality of service requirement, would that have helped you and perhaps given you an opportunity to continue serving as long as you wished?