I'm sorry, Dan, to interrupt. At the risk of offending you and your dissertation, I want to go over a couple of things prior to one o'clock only because I have another set of people coming to see me at one o'clock upstairs so I would like to get there.
The reason I'm interjecting on this one is to let you know that what I would like to do at the start of the next meeting is to try to go in camera for a brief period of time and look at scheduling for the last few meetings we have. As you know, we still have the draft report. We probably have at least one, maybe one and a half meetings to deal with the draft report, and I would like to get that tabled before we all rise for the summer. We also have the estimates process. There's the imposed deadline of June 10.
There are a couple of things we may have to do to juggle the schedule a bit. More primarily, our next meeting is scheduled for Thursday and that's with the Auditor General.
I want to make sure we have enough time at least to go over the scheduling of future meetings. I don't think there's anyone here that would suggest we not meet with the Auditor General. That's the challenge we have. I want to bring that to your attention. We will see if we can deal with that expeditiously at the start of the next meeting.
Mr. Blaikie, sorry for the interruption. It's back to you, but I will be adjourning in about three minutes.