Mr. Speaker, I am very pleased to hear the second part of her answer.
The CBC did plan to do an investigative piece on CSL and promoted it heavily. It did this in spite of the fact that the former finance minister's handlers over at Earnscliffe had a problem. There was no problem, just a couple of calls from Elly Alboim to his good friend Tony Burman, the editor in chief of CBC News. Suddenly, the story is yanked.
I want to know how CBC journalists can do their jobs when they know that kind of pressure can be applied to their bosses?