Thank you very much, Mr. Chair.
As a matter of fact, again, to follow up on what the chair said, it would be great to have that example of a money laundering case. It would also be very helpful to get back to Mr. Sorbara's point that if we had a list of all the successful prosecutions of money laundering cases—notwithstanding the distinction you made, but just money laundering cases, if it were at all possible over the last five years—that would be very helpful as well to understand the flow there.
I would like to come back to a couple of reports ago. The Senate banking and commerce committee did the first study on the 2000 legislation that started to include the anti-terrorism financing act. Also, in the review in 2013, the same committee pointed out the gap that exists, as we started off the conversation, in what happens with the legal profession in terms of whether or not we can identify an official ownership or understand what is going on in those transactions.
For the last 15 years now, we've been talking about the same issue.
Mr. Saint-Denis, you said that you were discussing the issue but had not come up with any solutions. When will the discussion with the members of Canada's legal profession and Quebec's notaries finally come to an end?