Mr. Speaker, I can give you and members of the House the assurance that the Department of National Defence has and will do everything in its power to make sure that every single document relevant to the inquiry is handed over to the inquiry.
There is a bit of an information overflow because there are tens of thousands of pages of such documents. It has caused difficulty for the department in collating them and getting them to the commission. It has caused difficulty for the commission, but we are working with the commission to surmount these obstacles.
The hon. member has talked about not getting information out of the department of defence and being dissatisfied with my previous answer. This government is concerned with the fundamental principles of justice and we have to be concerned that none of those principles of justice are transgressed with respect to any individuals who may be involved in this matter.