I have just a friendly amendment to the motion. I don't even know if it's necessary to have a motion, but certainly I would support the parliamentary secretary.
I just say this to Mr. Harris: we have a great relationship with the provinces right now. We have a great relationship in relation to the gas tax money, in relation to the infrastructure money, and especially in regard to Quebec, where most of his members are—the NDP members.
I just think it would be absolutely a lack of judgment to proceed with a bill that is, in essence, in shared jurisdiction with the provinces without consulting with them fully and talking to them. The provinces have some jurisdiction in relation to this, and we want to make sure that they do not feel like their noses are out of joint.
Frankly, I agree with the parliamentary secretary. Let's deal with organized crime. Let's deal with the other things before us, and maybe if we have the opportunity in the near future, after discussions have taken place, we can move this matter forward. I would suggest that the committee could certainly have the flexibility to do that, and if that's the case, then we can proceed and get it done.