Mr. Speaker, no concrete action.
Then there is the Solicitor General who has a lot of problems he could be fixing. CSIS and the Communications Security Establishment, two agencies that are virtually unaccountable, have been accused of basic violations of human rights.
When the Solicitor General is asked about these matters there is the standard routine: "This is a serious matter", blah, blah, blah. "We are investigating", blah, blah, blah. "I cannot comment any more", blah, blah, blah".
If his only response is that, he should not bother to get up, but can the Solicitor General tell us one concrete change that he has actually made to improve the accountability of CSIS and the Communications Security Establishment?