Mr. Speaker, if they spent only $15 million in two and a half years out of the five-year period, then they have $985 million left to spend.
The Canada Revenue Agency operates in secrecy and shows no accountability, like the minister. For example, the general anti-avoidance rule committee decides what constitutes aggressive tax avoidance. It dictates what is right and what is wrong. We do not know who works on that committee, what it works on, or if it is accountable to anyone, yet we know this committee will shape Canadian tax policy for years to come.
How can the Canada Revenue Agency expect to be trusted when everything it does is done behind closed doors?