I thought we might be able to get through this section, but we have a number of questioners—I can see why—and we won't be able to finish. You'll have to come back again. We will have to hear from you at about 5:30 tomorrow.
Just for the committee's information, we have four witnesses, instead of the six we had hoped for, on each panel tomorrow. We'll have four witnesses from 3:30 to 4:30, four witnesses from 4:30 to 5:30, and then at 5:30 we will have Treasury Board come back. Then we'll go to division 18 on infrastructure, division 13 on the immigration act, and division 14 on the EI Act.
Mr. Ermuth, I have one question for you to think about in the meantime. When the inflationary factor, the escalator, is put in, what incentive is there for a department to do things more efficiently and cut costs? That's a huge concern I have with escalator clauses. How do you create the pressure on the department to create efficiencies on their end and cut costs? You can have that answer tomorrow.
With that, we'll adjourn until tomorrow at 3:30.
We have three minutes to get to the vote.
The meeting is adjourned.