Mr. Speaker, we also look forward to this being resolved.
The problem is that the government is not listening. The Prime Minister struck that committee, and he is the one who has the final say on what is and is not made public. That is not what I would call real parliamentary work.
Real parliamentary work involves respecting the orders that are issued here in the House, which the Prime Minister has failed to do four times.
Why should Canadians obey the laws passed in this House when the Prime Minister ignores the orders issued in this House? Has the Prime Minister thought of that?