I guess I'll put it to you in a more direct way.
You've referenced—I think it's even on your site—in a roundabout way, the Nixon test: What did you know, when did you know it and what did you do about it?
If we have found time and time again—“The Trudeau Report”, “Trudeau II Report”, now we're in the third scenario, and it's the same thing with Morneau—that there is this culture of ethical permissiveness, what would be your recommendation to help offset that, through way of consequence? There's really no consequence. We've determined that there's no experiential learning, that we don't have to have training modules. We have findings of fact that they've been in breach and yet there's been no learning.
If you're entering into, hypothetically, a conversation with the House of Commons, what would be your recommendations to offset these ongoing breaches and this culture of ethical permissiveness?