I'm going to make it to your point.
The Lobbying Act requires lobbyists to register. There is not an obligation, but in the act, there is a requirement for the commissioner to verify with you, public office holders, that the information that lobbyists put on the registry is accurate. If you have never been approached yet, I'm going to be there, possibly in a month from now, but the role of the public office holder is to inform the Commissioner of Lobbying whether the information is accurate. The importance of this is to ensure that Canadians know that each and every one of you who make decisions are making them in the public interest, impartially, objectively, and because the activities that you've been lobbied about are transparent.
Your role will be to respond to the Commissioner of Lobbying, should she ask you whether or not the information is accurate, and that is in the legislation.