Thanks very much, Mr. Chair.
Just to echo my colleagues, thank you very much to all of you for coming. It's important to have your voices in this conversation.
I'd like to start with you, Staff Sergeant Rowe. First of all, thank you for all that you and the VPD do. It's great having you in my constituency of Vancouver Granville.
You talked about the ability of people to make firearms on their own. I have to say that I was at the Best Buy just behind VPD headquarters, and you can buy exactly that machine you were talking about right there. So I wonder, listening to this, when you think about where these weapons are really coming from and where we should be focusing our effort....
Would you say, first off, that it is primarily a concern about domestic weapons, domestically manufactured and domestically trafficked weapons, or is it really a border issue? I'd love to hear your perspective on that.
Then I have another question for you around the manufacturing of these weapons and what we might do.