Okay, thank you.
I will say that I'm not going to apologize in any way for this legislation coming forward, in spite of what my Conservative colleagues said. I would just comment that 75% of people who die in Canada by firearms are dying by suicide, and if there's a gun in the home, they're five times more likely to die.
In a previous panel, my colleague Mr. Chiang quoted the statistic that one in four women in a home with a firearm is at risk. I don't think we can forget about intimate partner violence and we can't forget about people who are dying by suicide. I respect people talking about their sport, but I'll go back to what Dr. Cukier said earlier about it being a choice that we're making between a hobby and people's lives.
I know I only have about 15 seconds left, Chair, so I'll leave it at that.