To be perfectly clear, the only opportunity opposition members get to raise criticism on government decisions or process is through procedural mechanisms at committee and in the House of Commons. It's important for us to put things on the record.
I'm putting forward a motion here—or Mr. Tilson did—that I think will resolve all issues. I'm speaking in support of it and I hope that my colleagues here will too. Again, just to be clear, I think the structure gives the government a lot of latitude and freedom in terms of scheduling the meetings itself and having input on the length of time.
The motion itself also isn't prescriptive in terms of what the next two meetings are doing. It's just saying, let's close off our business before we rise for the summer. This makes a lot of sense, and it's coming from a spirit of co-operation, so I hope my government colleagues will.... Even if we need to break for two or three minutes so they can consult with staff, or whatever needs to be done, hopefully we can have a positive decision on this, and again in the spirit of doing something that resembles work.