Mr. Speaker, that is a good question. We have been working very seriously at this. We are putting in place, soon to roll out, the panel we were referring to that will provide advice not from Connecticut, not from the Obama administration or some other administration, advice for Canadians on how we need to improve literacy and awareness of the responsibilities that come with possessing a credit card.
I need to raise another topic that I did not have time to address in my speech: the fact that, before the budget, we went out and communicated with Canadians and asked them their opinions and what they needed in the budget. We heard back from one opposition party, but unfortunately, from the Liberal Party and the NDP we received no suggestions.