Thank you very much, Mr. Chair.
To break the suspense, we won't be having a vote on this motion tonight, but we can chat all night if we'd like.
Obviously, Conservatives can't support the last tenet of the motion. Conservatives are on the record saying that the CPP should be there for all Canadians—except in Quebec, which has its own pension plan and does things just fine. The CPP should be protected for Albertans and Canadians. As a member of Parliament from Ontario, I think that if you were to look at the methodology used for costing, it's obvious that some people would have questions about that.
That's obviously something that should be looked into further, but Conservatives will absolutely not support the motion as it is currently written. There are plenty of other ways in which the government can use this issue to make political statements. We won't allow it to make it to the House in this form. If they want to offer some potential amendments, we would take them under consideration, but certainly, my colleagues and I would be well placed here this evening to talk for as long as we have resources, but I would hope that we would consider allowing our witnesses to go. I think we're about two minutes away from the end of the meeting.
With that, Mr. Chair, I'll move to adjourn.