You used the border infrastructure fund, which was part of the overall economic strategy, the economic action plan, but what you did not do is.... You're now creating an environment here for the committee that in addition to short-term jobs, there was also long-term value that was created. You have not defined for Parliament any of the assessment criteria you used for that overall assessment.
I'll bite now on what Mr. Campbell asked us; I'll get more directly to the suggestion that Mr. Campbell made. When are you going to provide Parliament with an overall evaluation of the jobs that were created and the economic impacts that were provided by this program?
Mr. Campbell, you had no opening comments whatsoever to make in rebuttal to the Office of the Auditor General, so you agreed with the Office of the Auditor General's comments, in everything they put in their report. You have not yet provided Parliament with a specific and descriptive analysis of what criteria you used to determine eligible projects and what criteria you have used to determine the number of jobs. The government continually suggests that thousands of jobs have been created here, using absolute figures, absolute certainty that the program met its key objectives.
When are you going to provide that analysis?