Chair, this is where there's a problem.
We have four officers on each recognized party, including the caucus chairs. I found that during the pandemic when I chaired the meetings of the Conservative Party—I think we were the first ones to meet over Zoom—we had no interpretation for three meetings. I think that is a breach of members' privileges. We had people trying to interpret for others, and I think that's unfair. I think most of that has been resolved.
The slotting system.... When you're only supposed to have four officers...and you know, whips occasionally disagree. We do. We have in the past. I've disagreed with my whips in the past when I was chair.
In the future, are caucus meetings going to be dealt with differently? Can it be guaranteed that we can always get caucus meeting slots and not just have one per week? There are different caucuses that have different schedules of meetings. Is this something that's been looked at before in terms of how they would be treated?