Mr. Speaker, in listening to my colleague, a question comes to mind.
We, on this side, read a lot or we have all read a lot. In a book there is often a bibliography of 20 pages and on every second or third page, we find a reference or a quote from an author.
Under this legislation, we would find at the end of the book a page indicating that every note and every reference was destroyed at the end of 30 days. It is utterly ridiculous.
I believe it is a good bill, but trying to make it a smart bill is like running a mule in the Kentucky Derby.