I also haven't referred to the length of the study, in terms of precision. The point is that we can take this study to Atlantic Canada, do a little bit of overtime this summer, consider this matter in situ, and then also take the time we have remaining here to finish the two reports that are very important to this committee. I would like to see our committee, hopefully, table those reports as soon as possible. In particular, my colleague, Mr. Tilson, made a really good point: it's Pride Month. I'd love to see the LGBTQ refugee study tabled in the House of Commons.
I think this is a very elegant solution, and I'm saying this from a point of genuineness to my colleagues opposite. We get to have the Atlantic Canadian study. Yes, we're going to do a little bit of overtime this summer. I'm okay with that, and I think most people here probably are, but my hope is that we'll vote on the motions. We don't have to agree on what the outcome is going to be, but we can vote on the motions that are before committee. That allows the opposition to do their job, and then we can also try to finish those reports before the House rises.
I think this is a very elegant solution. There's no partisan malice here; it's just I'd like to have our cake and eat it, too.