That's what I wanted to know. Thank you very much, Mr. Racine.
So, clearly, the federal government can provide $5 million, go through the province and help the community.
If the Liberals want to play politics and set conditions, that's another story. Nevertheless, that is normal, given that we are politicians. I'm not going to drag you into that, Mr. Racine. You have answered my question. The federal government could allocate $5 million to Laurentian University tomorrow morning if the province submitted a plan.
I would especially like to return to the white paper on official languages. The minister herself emphasized that she wanted to recognize how important post-secondary institutions are to the vitality of communities. We also discussed the decline of French.
Are you able to tell us whether a bill could be tabled? I know that the question was put to the minister and that she was unable to answer it.
The Conservative members of this committee are ready to support the modernization of the act that communities have been asking for since 2016.
Could a bill be introduced by the end of June?