I addressed that in my comments. I think it is entirely reasonable. I don't see why you would target only the governing party.
Let's say you were in a minority situation, which we were for almost a decade. Parties go in and out of government every 18 months or so. What they do in opposition—the people they speak with and so on—can make a difference when they get into power. I might say, although no one has raised it yet, that some people ask what kind of business can you actually do at a fundraiser when people are standing around with lukewarm glasses of white wine and maybe nibbling on some cheese that is handed around or maybe sitting on a table. There are limits to the kind of business you can do. However, you can have a quiet word with somebody and it can make a difference. We're a small country, and the connections that are established, even just the visibility of someone handing over his or her business card, for example, can make a difference.
When there are foreign business interests that want to develop whether old folks residences or other projects in Canada, it is quite legitimate that Canadians should know about this.