I very much like this as well. I think we'll have to sort out what we do in terms of one or the other. I like the idea of proceeding as soon as possible with Mr. MacGregor's, but I do have to say, Ms. Khalid, that this is a very good topic for us to have a look at. As you point out, this is not just an international problem. This is a domestic problem.
Part of what I would like to see, if we do this, is to have witnesses come forward and talk about the hotels here in Canada that co-operate, that know that this is going on. I'd like to hear from them. Also, I'd like to hear what facilities within the banking industry here are provided to people, in the sense that they can move money in and out without any questions being asked. There are all kinds of different aspects to this.
There's an individual in my constituency by the name of Peter Warwick, who worked in the financial industry. He started to see evidence that the banking industry was being used to handle the money that goes into this industry. He has now left the private sector and is part of groups that are investigating this and having a look at it. I hear stories about how hotels know this is happening; they should be able to suspect this. As long as the trafficker is paying for the room, there's no questioning...this is the kind of stuff that we have to focus on as well. I'm very pleased to see this motion.