Thank you, Mr. Chair.
While I appreciate Mr. Dusseault's motion, the minister was just here and spoke to the Auditor General's report. Mr. Dusseault had the opportunity and asked her and the commissioner questions specifically in regard to the Auditor General's report.
I know that many times when ministers appear before us, it never feels like we have enough time as individual members, but she did actually stay longer than was scheduled and made notice in advance to the committee that she was happy to talk about any of the issues, not just supplementary estimates. I feel we had the opportunity for questions and to have this conversation, and the minister remained here as long as everybody needed to have their turn and stick to the schedule.
I don't think there's an issue in the sense of the minister's being able to talk about this issue. She's spoken about it in the House and she spoke about it again here today. She spoke about it in her opening comments and was not waiting to just react to a question. I think she provided a lot of information to this committee and made herself very available to talk about any of the issues that the committee wanted to, which sometimes is more than we get in terms of the structure of the committee and sticking to the motion at hand.
I'm not opposed to the idea of the minister coming here and speaking about the Auditor General's report, but she just did. In fairness to the best interests of this committee's time, I feel that we had that opportunity, and the member did get to ask those specific questions as well.