The reason I ask is this. I think it's your third time with us, Mr. Borbey. Each time I've noted that the previous government and the current government both have done a very, very good job. It's a success story of hiring in the public service. I actually went to the Library of Canada probably six months ago. We show that their employment equity designated groups—women, aboriginal people, people with disabilities, members of visible minority groups—are all overrepresented compared with workforce availability. Again, it's a success story of the previous government and the current government.
The library says, you know, here's the proof, so I'm curious to know what led us to say, well, maybe it's not—even though, again, the previous government and the current government have done a very good job in this matter.