Mr. Speaker, first it is the Leader of the Reform Party talking about routing out those who have created the problem and the infractions as if he knows more than the information commissioner, that he has evidence and knows the facts better than the information commissioner.
Now it is the hon. member saying that in Reform's eyes, because I said in the House that we would get to the bottom of the matter, it has to be done the next day.
What we are seeing here is Reform justice, which is make the charge, do not get the facts and come to the conclusions.
The department, the CDS, the deputy minister and I behaved in the responsible way. When we needed outside help, I said on the floor of the House of Commons that if we were not satisfied with internal review mechanisms we would go to an outside agency.
We took this to Mr. Grace. He initiated the investigation. He has now made it public. Let the course of justice, which has been called for by Mr. Grace and the military police report, take effect.