Mr. Speaker, we certainly take any allegations of fraud or impropriety seriously. Obviously some of the situations arose under the previous government if we were to look at it very closely. However, this government has done more than any previous government in terms of what we do for immigration.
In the last budget, we had $1.3 billion over five years to enhance settlement and immigration programs for newcomers, $13 million over two years creating the foreign credential referral office, $34 million over two years in selecting immigrants with skills and experience into Canada and $51 million over two years to improve the temporary foreign workers program. We are getting something done in the immigration portfolio.