I'll call the meeting back to order.
We have some business. We want to give direction to the committee as we move into the fall session. Most of this is actually dealt with in our orders. The order of business we will be proceeding on, which takes precedence in committee, will be a piece of legislation that's before the committee: the Panama free trade agreement. But we do have a couple of other items that we want to talk to the committee about.
First of all, we have an official request from the foreign affairs committee, which also looks after international trade—from Iceland. They're visiting on October 1 and 2. It's October 2 that we want to talk about, as to whether we want to carve off a part of that meeting to sit with them. I would suggest the last half-hour. I have talked to the chair of international trade, who actually has his office here. It's a very nice office overlooking Parliament, and he's willing to open it up to have an informal reception after a bit of a formal meeting here, for maybe a half an hour, more for dialogue between the two. We could potentially host a small reception there for them as an act of appropriate hospitality.
You have a motion before you. We need a motion to actually carry that through. Is there any discussion on that?