We have some additional time, so while I have your attention, I want to tell you some exciting things that have been shared from the LIAI committee about upgrades to committee business in terms of social media.
In addition to the Library of Parliament providing reports, instead of the usual black reports that have the seal at the top that are incredibly visually stimulating, it will be able to put up to three pictures and a colour band on our reports, so that is quite exciting.
The Library of Parliament will also be introducing Twitter announcements for committees. It will tweet out when committees are meeting. It will tweet out when there is a press release, and it will tweet out when there is a call for submissions. We are able to ask the Library to tweet anything else out, and we may retweet and they will use #FEWO as the tracker for that, so you will see that rolled out.
The other thing that's new is that the parliamentary website is going to be updated. It will have a much better visual display and accessibility will be very good. I don't know if you've had some difficulty trying to find things on the committee web pages, but the Library has made it friendlier and searchable. I saw those updates yesterday, and the Library will send us a presentation that I will send along to you, but I wanted you to be aware that the Library is thinking about moving into the next century.
I've also told the Library that seven million people use Twitter and 22 million Canadians use Facebook, so I've encouraged the Library to get on Facebook, and move our committees in that direction as well.
Thank you to our wonderful committee today for your co-operation. We've achieved an outcome here that was a recommendation from our report “Taking Action To End Violence Against Young Women and Girls in Canada”, and it is a good outcome.
The meeting is adjourned.