I just want things to be very clear. This Thursday, the minister is available. That's perfect; we can use Thursday for that. During our planned meeting time, officials could stay if we have other technical questions to ask them about the proposed bill.
Unless I am mistaken, after that we have two days left before the break. If we have two days left, in my opinion, those would probably be two days to hear witnesses. You think you only need one day to hear your witnesses, the equivalent of two hours for your four witnesses? As I told my colleague, it depends, because we might have the same witnesses as well. So we will exchange that information before Thursday.
For our part, we have already chosen our witnesses. We are already prepared to begin working on Bill C-36. If we happen to have the same witnesses, that could have an effect on the number and the length. Otherwise, we would just have to ensure we have two per hour, if that's right, unless it's four per hour. What do you suggest? Do you want us to plan for two witnesses per hour?