You're chair of the board. We heard a nine-page PowerPoint and you say there's a 100-page report, which you haven't read, but you assume it's going to be good. I guess it's this question of assumptions—the assumption that the chief guy signing off on your finances is qualified when he's not; it's assumed that she's doing this work; it's assumed that it's a good report, but you haven't even read it. This is the question. I want to focus on why we have this lack of sense of control at the Port of Montreal.
Mr. Weiner, when you were chosen, your predecessor, Bernard Roy, denounced your appointment because he said it was strictly a political appointment, that independent appointments at the board were a fiction. So how are we to trust that you're going to clean up this place?