I tend to agree with what Ms. Duncan said. Last summer, I travelled to another riding for a similar purpose. I used a point and everything. They asked me what the purpose of the travel was, and I told them who I was meeting and why I was going there. I utilized a travel point to do it. It was a same-day drive, there and back. I don't think you need some kind of blanket statement from the committee to be able to do that. I don't think it's appropriate either.
If whoever told you that is correct and you are not supposed to be doing that, then it's an issue to take up with the House leadership team so they can sort that out in the Board of Internal Economy and fix why it is like that. If what you've been told is correct, I don't think we should try to essentially create some kind of loophole or something by passing a motion in this committee. It's just a recipe for disaster, in my opinion.