(Motion agreed to [See Minutes of Proceedings])
Thank you. All carried--without debate, you could say.
Next we will look at future business of the committee.
For the information of the committee, the minister is prepared to meet the committee to give us an overview. Is there any discussion on that? Would it be okay if we had the minister come on Wednesday, May 10, to meet our committee and give an overview of activities of the department? I'm told by our clerk that we could have a departmental overview on May 17 as well.
The minister will be prepared to talk about any upcoming legislation that he has on the books. We could get into that as well. I think he's prepared to do his estimates after the break. We'll have enough to occupy the committee on Wednesday, May 10, and May 17, and I think it's safe to say that the estimates could probably be done after the break week. We're waiting for a date that the minister would be available to come in for the estimates.
Also, maybe on Monday, May 15, we could look at the committee's priorities and develop our calendar to accommodate them.
I'm told by the clerk as well that we should try to have a briefing from the IRB. The UN High Commission for Refugees has submitted a report to the department about their monitoring of the safe third country agreement.
Are there any problems with any of these suggestions that committee members would like to bring to our attention? If not, we could proceed to set some of these meetings.
As I said, on Monday, May 15, we could have a look at your priorities as a committee.