Madam Speaker, I think we would all honour the intention of the amendment being proposed by the Bloc. I have addressed the idea of having openness. Making sure there is a certain element of knowledge that is open and fair to everybody who wishes to have that information about fees and things of that sort is very laudable. I certainly commend that.
I do agree with the hon. parliamentary secretary to the minister that the government saw the error of its original proposal in the bill as it was originally written, bringing to the committee a whole series of amendments that I think does meet the intent of the Bloc member's comments.
There is another principle that needs to be observed. There has to be a certain freedom to do the things that are right by government. There has to be an openness. The accountability of government has to be observed.
The amendments that were proposed and accepted in committee that are now in the report of the bill that will be voted on at third reading will meet not only the intent but also the detail of the member's suggestion.
Therefore I would respectfully suggest that we all support the amendments that come out of the committee and that we defeat this amendment.