What I'm saying is that.... I have a quote from you saying: “My position is that we have an obligation to provide Parliament with timely and accurate information.”
You talk about budgets. We did a similar exercise in 2004-05, and right in Budget 2005 we had $11 billion of savings over five years, which is perhaps a similar order of magnitude to your exercise. On a website, on budget day, Canadians saw every program cut in dollars and a description of what it was. This was on budget day.
I don't think the technology has regressed in the last seven years, so I'm saying to you that if we had that information on budget day, committees could examine the cuts in the departments relevant to them, and it would provide information to those unfortunate civil servants who are about to lose their jobs.