I will recognize the minister's experience in the NDP, but the point is that if you're talking about public business, well, it's public. We can't ask about the high salaries at Bombardier, just to give you an example. On the other hand, my question is also about the next point of clause 12.
This is about the time devoted by staff to political activities and lobbying and non-labour-related activities.
Why does the minister not want the unions to account for their partisan activities?