It just seems awfully concerning that all these red flags that you have uncovered were ignored: the board resigning, the bank covenants that you mentioned, the lack of fiduciary responsibility around the Kielburger brothers not being on the board. It just seems to stretch credulity that the federal government, during their due diligence, wouldn't also have had this information available, given their vast resources.
One of the things I wanted to ask was this. During the Kielburgers' testimony, they attempted to discredit your organization, talking about the charitable licence and about the small nature of your organization, with only two individuals working for the organization. Why do you think that they would have gone after your organization to discredit you under these circumstances?