No, sorry; I only have a few minutes left, Mr. Baird. I love talking to you, so I'll ask you a question tomorrow and you can follow up for me.
I have, I guess, a simple question, Mr. Clement. You tell us you've learned some lessons from this. You got your hands on $50 million of border infrastructure money. You blew it on projects like hockey arenas and summit centres. You told your mayors to keep their lines straight, let's not talk to the media until we get this story out.
What you said, when people started asking questions, was that, I'm sorry, the dog ate my homework, but I'll do better next time.
Mr. Clement, a simple question: why should Canadians trust you with the $250 billion that you're now in charge of? If you're learning your lessons on the fly like that, and having to rely on mayors to come up with your paper trail, what are you doing at Treasury Board?