Mr. Speaker, they have done no such thing. In fact, it was this government, at the very start of our mandate in 2006, that created the Federal Accountability Act, the most sweeping anti-corruption legislation in the world today. We have made great strides, of course, in delivering more information to Canadians, not only to the opposition members and to the media, but to Canadians directly. There are 272,000 data sets on line right now at data.gc.ca. That is our commitment to opening the government and it will continue.
In the House of Commons on April 30th, 2012. See this statement in context.