Mr. Speaker, I think it is important that the record state what is actually taking place. There was a substantial line item of $912 million for the Canada student service grant. The vast majority of that program, that line item, was for grants to really reward students because they have been rolling up their sleeves helping to heal communities and not-for-profits during this very challenging time. It was a contribution agreement that was signed, and they would have been able to receive a maximum of $43.5 million, which we know will not happen because the WE Charity is no longer delivering this program.
It is also important to note that the Conflict of Interest and Ethics Commissioner is investigating and we will—