Mr. Speaker, I see my hon. colleague has his tinfoil conspiracy hat firmly on today.
All the member for Peterborough is doing is asking for accountability. CBC receives a lot of money from taxpayers and taxpayers want to know how the money is being spent. It is very simple and very straightforward.
With regard to parliamentary committees, they can ask for any document they want or any witness they want to come before committees to fulfill that mandate.
The member for Peterborough is standing up for taxpayers and the member for Timmins—James Bay is standing in his way. Why is he fighting against the interests of taxpayers? That is the question that should be answered. Why is he against taxpayers' interests?