That's why someone with competence in being able to investigate and enforce those kinds of matters, as to where the competence or incompetence lies, is important.
Mr. McKenna, can I ask you, have you been contacted by the minister or the minister's office, or by anyone with Transport Canada, prior to M-465, my motion calling for an airline passenger bill of rights, which passed unanimously in the House of Commons on June 9, 2008? I think that was the date. Were you contacted by the minister or the minister's office, or any of his agents or officials, asking you, prior to that vote occurring, to get out there, get the ducks lined up, lobby against this effort?
You're under oath, I remind you. Are there any e-mails that you are aware of from the minister or the minister's office to you, or to any of your agents, or staff, or members?