Chair, while I appreciate that there is important work still to be done, especially given that the hunger strike is ongoing and I'm very concerned about the men at Kingston, I believe we're on a course right now whereby we're reaching the point where we're going to be able to make a final report on this issue.
I think we've heard important evidence that's gotten us to that point. Personally, I'm not feeling like I need to hear more from officials. I feel we've done a thorough job of that, especially as it relates to the conditions of detention at the immigration holding centre.
So what I would suggest is if there's no movement in the very near future on the issues around the hunger strike, I would be prepared to support a motion like this down the road in the not-too-distant future. Today, I don't think I can support it, because I believe I don't want to delay the work we're doing on the report, and I think we have heard the evidence we need to proceed with that report and hopefully make a difference on the conditions of detention at the Kingston immigration holding centre.
So at this point, I can't support this motion.