Thank you, Mr. Chair.
I understand that the notice of motion was sent out today, although I did briefly speak about this at our last meeting. I just wanted to go over it. We don't have to vote on this today, with respect to the rules of this committee.
I wanted to talk a bit about human trafficking. You would think that the nature of the crime is international, but studies have shown that here in Canada it is very much domestic. It's a very complex crime that is lacking data. In terms of really understanding the different provinces and regions and how human trafficking occurs within the different regions, I think a study on a national level would be great, as the victims of human trafficking are mainly vulnerable young girls. I think we should undertake this and try to bring support to the vast majority of these minors and these young women who really require our help.