Perhaps I can go on two different tangents.
We live in a global world. We are in the fight for competition. We are in the fight for jobs, for capital. I would argue that since our government has taken office, we have seen a number of victories on our side in terms of companies choosing to invest in Canada, whether it is Thomson Reuters, General Motors, or General Electric. Minister, I'd like you to comment on the measures we have taken to entice capital, entice organizations, to locate to Canada. That's the first tangent.
On the second tangent—it's best just to lump them together—I've always argued very vehemently that we need to ensure that we have a tax system that is fair, a tax system in which all Canadians and all organizations in Canada are paying their fair share, one in which no one is subsidizing anyone else, and in which Canadians can have confidence. We have undertaken a number of measures. When I say we, I mean the government, and you, along with the national revenue minister.
I would like you to elaborate on the measures we have taken in the government and why it is so important that we coordinate our efforts globally and why Canadians need to have confidence in our tax system.