Thank you, Madam Chair.
Ms. Gelfand and Mr. Hayes, thank you for undertaking this exercise.
I am going to echo what my colleagues have said. I am a little disappointed with the results of this audit, because, as I understand it, you want to do your work well. You are an investigation service that provides us as parliamentarians a full analysis of a situation. There are obstructions for reasons X, Y or Z, meaning that you have no access to information.
How can you do your work adequately and provide us with the information we in turn need to do our work adequately? Can you enlighten me about that? It seems unfortunate that you cannot provide us with a full analysis as the result of the request from the Auditor General.