That is a really good suggestion by Ms. O'Connell.
This motion we've passed means we'll have five witnesses. There will be one meeting with two, and three meetings with one witness each. I would suggest that it not be a requirement necessarily, but perhaps we should try to get five to eight witnesses in by the end of tomorrow.
I want some flexibility, though, because if I'm going to be rushed to put five.... I haven't thought of all five witnesses yet. I can easily put in a couple, but if we try to put in five witnesses in a priority order, that might be helpful for the clerk.
The other thing I was going to mention, Mr. Chair, is that it will help the committee if, over the next few days, you come back with a schedule of how you want the next five meetings to go. I don't think we can know this meeting by meeting. It's hard to prepare that way—not to put a deadline on you—but it would be helpful if early next week you had some basic map of how the meetings are going to go.