Mr. Speaker, the Minister of National Revenue has lost the confidential personal information of tens of thousands of Canadians. Her remedy for this mess is to mail a letter to the victims of the crime urging them to take immediate action to ensure this personal information is not used without their approval. Well, thanks for nothing.
The problem is not in the way Canadians handle the information, the problem is the way that the minister fails to handle the information when she gets her hands on it.
Why is the minister simply incapable of securing information that has been sent confidentially by Canadians?