Through you, Madam Chair, that's not what I'm asking. I'm asking whether in your report back on the due diligence the governance structure of the WE charitable foundation was part of the due diligence?
I'll explain why. It has been reported by Charity Intelligence that in the due diligence the process was whether the charity was able to provide full and frank disclosure to the founder about the radical change in its governance. For instance, none of this would have come to light until the June 28 tweet of the former chair Michelle Douglas, which showed that the board of directors had gone from seven to five. That's a radical departure.
I've been a part, Madam Chair, of many processes. I've been a member of the Hamilton Community Foundation. I've been on the endowment fund for the City of Hamilton, the enrichment fund. I can assure you that if there were a radical departure by the board of an organization that I was about to present money to, without any real explanation, that would raise a flag. Yet in your testimony, through you, Madam Chair, Mr. Shugart, you suggested there were no flags raised. How is that?