Thank you, Chair.
I have to say that you did a very eloquent job this morning of tabling those reports and pointing out the circumstances under which they were being retabled. I'd recommend to colleagues that they take a look at Hansard for that.
Mr. Chair, I want to say that I share Mr. Easter's concerns about the whole question of the slowness of access to information and the apparent interference by ministers or by the PMO in the process of the appropriate release of documents. I was one of the people who made a complaint to the Information Commissioner, and the Information Commissioner has acknowledged that she is indeed investigating that issue.
I just want to say that I have full confidence in the Information Commissioner. I see her as a person of integrity, and I believe we should allow her to do her job as someone appointed to follow up on those kinds of issues.
While I'm not prepared to wait forever for that, I also believe that the commissioner has shown that she is prepared to do the work expeditiously and appropriately. With that caveat, I believe we should wait to see what her report is and then follow it up as necessary.
The only other thing I would have mentioned, Chair, is that the agenda subcommittee looked at the issue of the review of the Lobbying Act that will be—