Okay, thank you very much.
So for what we're discussing—and, by the way, I do think it speaks to judgment. I appreciate that you think your board has absolute confidence in Madame Benoit. I don't know her that well. I only just met her today, but she hired an accountant who didn't have a licence who was signing off on audited financial reports on your behalf. I see a lot of expenses that are certainly questionable. They are certainly questionable.
The question isn't whether or not they were reported. The question isn't whether or not they appeared in the audited statements. The question is whether or not they're appropriate, especially given a time of fiscal restraint. When Canadians see expenses for meetings at Mont Tremblant when there are boardrooms at the Old Port of Montreal, and when they see a taxpayer-sponsored trip to Australia, when frankly, most of the information.... I'll be very shocked when I receive these reports if there is a piece of information in them that I couldn't get from Google sitting in the chair I'm in right now. I'll be shocked.
The question is, are they appropriate? I would like your opinion as to whether or not a taxpayer-funded trip to Australia for information that you could get off Google, since there was no official meeting set up—and she said she set up no official meetings. She went on a cruise ship and went to see museums. I've gone on a cruise ship and gone to see museums. I paid for it, and I was happy to do so.
I'd like to know whether you think those expenditures are appropriate. Is it appropriate that the Canadian taxpayer is paying for that?