Thanks, folks, for your patience.
I thought it was necessary to just call a meeting for a few minutes to inform our guests who are presenting today that there is a vote going to take place in Parliament. The bells are probably going to ring here in a minute. This is just to let our video conference members and the guests who are here to present this morning know that's the procedure that will take place. We won't have time to begin the presentations here at this particular point, so we will reconvene the committee as close to 12 o'clock as we can. I believe the vote is going to take place at 11:45 a.m. It usually takes us 15 minutes to do the vote in the House, colleagues. Therefore, we'll be back here about 12:15 p.m., Ottawa time. I just wanted to make sure that everyone knew what was happening.
Thank you very much, Mr. Clerk, for your help.
Our clerk, Jean-François, will be in touch with our guests here to keep them informed as to the timing and as to whether we can extend our time in the room past 1:00 as well.
With that, at this point we'll suspend the meeting until after the vote. Thank you.