Mr. Speaker, the information commissioner's report is very damning to the government. Especially troubling is a section that says:
The future careers in the public service of the Commissioner's staff have, in not so subtle terms, been threatened.
This development in inexcusably unprofessional and profoundly troubling. If members of the public service come to believe that it is career suicide to work, and to do a good job, for the Information Commissioner, the future viability and effectiveness of the Commissioner's office is in grave jeopardy.
Why is the government attacking—