I'm not hearing anything that I couldn't work with as an idea. I think the wording of the letter would probably require some time.
Just on the reports.... I appreciate, because obviously you're all smart people, you would have thought through, as I did, that okay, if I start doing this, what am I going to face? One of the first things I'm going to get from respected colleagues like Alexandra Mendès is, “This is all fine data that's important, but what about the committee reports that we have to get done? They're important.” I weighed that out, and for me, for what it's worth, I concluded that this is so big that if....
The work we do has three key points that really change things. Number one is when the report is tabled from the Auditor General. It's a whole day. We do the lock-up. The media usually controls the media cycle for the next 24 hours, longer if there is a big problem. That's one.
The second one is when we hold our hearing. It's public, so the media are at least aware and often they are covering it, but certainly people who are interested are watching. That has an impact.
The third one is our committee report. It makes a difference, but I am arguing that the other two are more important. On the reports that we have, we've done those two parts. I'm looking at not being able to finish the third part of a couple of items, versus not even having the report tabled or a hearing because no audit exists. To me in the higher—