Actually, I think that's what the word “scinder” means. Mr. Chair, you said it right, we are making a recommendation to the Standing Committee on Finance. I think that if we add these words to the word “scinder”, it will mean the same thing. I don't mind adding it, but I don't think it's helpful. If we split this section, it is necessarily with the intention that it should be dealt with elsewhere. However, if we want to make this clarification, I have no objection to it. It is not for us to specify the word “elsewhere”.
While I have the floor, Mr. Chair, I would like to say that I agree with your formula. I think this is the first time that several of us have been on a committee that makes recommendations to another committee. We will have to write a letter.
That said, we have had witnesses, and I would like to know if the letter is going to include the testimony that leads us to make this recommendation.
The letter could explain that the recommendation we are making to the Standing Committee on Finance as part of our study is to split the division, so that there is a separate treatment and a separate discussion on it. First, are you going to put some flesh on the bone?
Also, will our committee be able to see the draft of the letter or do we decide to trust those who will write it and leave it alone? I wouldn't have a problem with that. It's a simple question.