Thank you, Mr. Norlock.
As we all know, Mr. Norlock has a point that the chair has been extremely lenient all the way through on both sides. There is no doubt the chair also intimated earlier in the day a couple of times that I don't want to have changing parameters on the way through. That's not fair to all the members. But I was very obvious when I stated as we move along here and we hear testimony that is very similar, if not identical, to testimony that has and keeps on occurring, albeit with a different flavour to it, that the chair will be a bit more active in trying to bring us closer to the actual subamendment we are debating.
We are not debating the motion. We are not debating the amendment. We are debating the subamendment that was very clear on the number of meetings and number of panels and number of witnesses. I just bring that to the attention of the committee and as we move forward I'll ask you to keep your comments as close as possible to the issue of the subamendment before us.
You have the floor, Mr. Harris.