I have a last couple of things for you. I'm looking at the departmental plan.
I have a quote here from the “Departmental Results”, on page 1:
Canadians deserve to know how the government spends their tax dollars, what results are expected from government programs, and what is being achieved.
When I look at page 11 of your departmental plan, the very first one, on the results, states: “Departments achieve measurable results”, with the indicators, and the “[p]ercentage of departmental results indicators for which targets are achieved”, and then, under “Target”, a non-specific target is put in. It's ironic. Why would we not put an exact target?
The very next one is Treasury Board proposals. The target is “at least”—not a firm number. Again, these are paper documents tabled in Parliament to hold the government and departments accountable, but the plan is between 75% and 85%, or “at least”. Why, in the Treasury Board, which is supposed to be the leader on the departmental plans, are we still seeing such problems, I guess?