Mr. Speaker, he might want to ask his seatmate for some help on these questions. On second thought, maybe not.
The Auditor General has concluded that the Department of Justice hid from Parliament the fact that there were massive cost overruns. Rather than suspend or cancel the registry, the minister has now called for an outside, after the fact audit. He owes it to the House to not make the same mistake twice.
The current report states that Parliament was kept in the dark. Will he commit today to table the KPMG audit as soon as he has received it?