Thank you. That concludes the round of questioning.
I want to take this moment, on behalf of the committee, to thank you for your incredible public service. I know that you were put into a tumultuous time, and we certainly look forward to providing whatever supports we can from this committee on recommendations moving forward.
At this time, you are now free of your obligations here before committee. I do need about five minutes of committee time just on some housekeeping items. I want to thank you again for your attendance here.
I want to make a quick reference to members of this committee. I want to flag—not for discussion or debate—a serious concern I have as chair on scheduling regarding communications that we received both from the OPS and from the OPP about their unwillingness to appear before this committee until they are appearing in front of the judicial review.
I'm of the opinion—and I'll just state it—that I don't think it's within their purview to pick and choose the priorities. I find it to be very problematic particularly to deprioritize this committee in this way.
I'm going to leave that with the committee, and we can revisit it at a future date to get a sense for the timing. As it stands now, we're working through the scheduling. We want to make sure that we have a full work plan and witnesses lined up for future sessions in a way that will be to the benefit of this committee.
Go ahead, Ms. Bendayan.