That's not what I'm asking, Mr. Dubé. There is a lease at present between the National Capital Commission and the Department of Public Works, on behalf of the House of Commons, for the building at 1 Wellington Street—some say it's at 1 Rideau Street—where the former Canadian Museum of Contemporary Photography was located.
Public Works told us this was a temporary lease to provide meeting rooms for House of Commons committees, that it was leased temporarily. When we asked for a definition of "temporarily", we were told the lease was for 35 years. So that is beyond the 25 years referred to here. Does that mean that the 35-year lease was not legal at the time it was signed? The National Capital Commission could not have signed an agreement for more than 25 years. Is that how I should understand it? I'm asking you the question.