Thank you, Mr. Chair.
Welcome to the witnesses.
Mr. Kurland, I was certainly struck by your testimony on this mut'a point. But since we basically agree with the substance of the bill, I'd like to focus on a couple of more technical issues that might improve it.
The first of these is the possibility of being deported for polygamy. One of the witnesses before us earlier said that there was no clear definition of polygamy in the courts. I think that poses a risk, because if you tell people that they will be deported for a certain offence, but you don't define the offence, then that's a recipe for trouble down the road.
My question is this. Perhaps only for the purposes of this bill, rather than more generally, could there be some definition of polygamy, for which a person could be deported, and then that wold bring greater clarity to the bill? There may be problems with doing that, but I wonder if you have a view.