Mr. Speaker, it is perfectly normal to have several ministers involved. There is of course the Minister of Justice, since the bill must be drafted by his department. There is also the Minister of Industry, since he is responsible for the Copyright Act. And, finally, there is the Minister of Canadian Heritage, who is responsible for proposing amendments to the act.
The three ministers work together, make decisions together, and will get results together. As for the duration of the process, I publicly stated on several occasions that we are going as fast as we can, that the issue is complex, and that the bill will be tabled in the House as soon as it is ready.