Thank you, Mr. Chair.
I'm going to be very quick, Mr. Foster, because I know that my colleague has some questions, too.
I have been in some countries where there have been some questionable practices. In fact, when I checked into a hotel in one country, I was told if I wanted to see money exchange hands to come downstairs at 2 o'clock in the morning, and bags of money would exchange hands. I could watch it.
I guess my question really is, what needs to be in place for anti-corruption strategies to work, and how can Canada be helpful in assisting developing countries to put in place anti-corruption strategies?
I'll turn it over to my colleague and let him put his questions, and maybe we can wrap all of these in together. Is that okay? Is he going to have time?