Mr. Speaker, let me be very clear for the member opposite.
All lobbyists, all Canadians who lobby, are expected to follow the Lobbyist Registration Act.
This government, as a matter of its first point of business when the House reconvened after the 2006 election, brought in an independent commissioner of lobbying, someone who does not report to a minister, someone who does not report to government, but rather reports to the House.
If the member opposite has any allegations or any evidence, she should follow the example of the Prime Minister and forward it on to the relevant authority. That is what she should do.