Maybe I can speak to that initially.
In terms of looking at the Privacy Act and in terms of potential law reform, I see great value in engaging with a whole host of individuals, including the Privacy Commissioner. I have had the opportunity to meet with him already on a number of occasions. I see value in continuing to do that throughout the course of our studies and investigations into what potentially could be most appropriate in terms of reform.
Likewise, I see tremendous value in receiving the report from this committee. We'll consider that in depth. As I said, I've already instructed my officials to start to do substantive studies around potential areas of law reform, and then further, at the end, included within this process, to do a substantive review of the Privacy Act as it is right now with an eye to modernization, to ensure that we engage with Canadians. It's my intention to do so in a substantive way.