As you know, I used to be a judge on the Federal Court, so I look at this through that judicial focus. I read the judgment, and it is a disagreement between the CBC and the access commissioner on how to interpret that section, especially on whether she is entitled to look at documentation in order to determine whether they properly claimed the exemption or not.
The court said she is and it's now under appeal. The court also said it was very poorly drafted and not a model of clarity. There is clearly a dispute here, and the easiest way to fix it is to establish by legislation that either yes, she can look at those documents, or no, she can't. There is a legitimate judicial dispute here. I am not taking any position here. I can just see that parties can differ on that interpretation, and that's what we have courts for: to resolve it.